We ended up at Mi Pueblo for a late lunch while touring University Circle on a recent Saturday. There was only one person in the restaurant when we got there, but a few more tables filtered in after we did. My wife had the Fish Tacos and I had the Chorizo Tostadas. The raw fish had been pinched in the tortillas and then the whole thing had been dunked in the fryer together to cook. This left the fish/tortilla combo dripping in fat, and clamped together such that you couldn't really add the taco "toppings" provided on the side - tomatoes, lettuce, sour cream, etc. The tostadas were nicely presented but the chorizo had no flavor at all. The beans and rice were also lacking in flavor. Service was proficient. Prices were a bit higher than the quality.