We never would have selected, much less even noticed, this restaurant if it hadn't received such good reviews from other visitors. Its unassuming location on 101 sandwiched between two aging tourist shops makes it easy to miss, but we're so glad we stopped and had dinner here. They use incredibly fresh ingredients, which make the chicken enchiladas verde simply divine. Just the right flavor and subtle heat. The tortilla chips were also very fresh and delicious. Service is provided with a smile and the staff is very attentive. Don't miss the fresh horchata (rice milk) which is a favorite of my daughter.
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