Just moved to Lawton and I had read about this place so we tried it on Sunday afternoon. It was nearly empty. Service was good. The place is really old but inviting. There are windows but you can't see out of them. The margarita was really good, a little tart. The food was less than average and did not seem authentic as advertised outside the building. I found some really sharp bonelike pieces in my enchilada. Its a good thing that I don't eat as fast as my husband, It would have been very painful going down. I showed them to my server and the manager sent out dessert, nice enough.The chips were very tasty and warm and crispy. What I found strange was the queso dip that was served. It was thin and geletous (sp) almost tastless and I believe that it is blended with cornstarch to stretch it. I would eat here again but only if I was with someone who just loved the food. I found it mediocre at best.
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