Hubby and I dined there 7/27/12 for dinner. The food lacked flavor, and was overly greasy. I ordered a taco salad, and the tostada shell was burnt on the edges and bottom. Our server was cold and inattentive....the only time she smiled was when she presented the check to my spouse. Pros: salsa was decent, and they have some strong mixed drinks. Cons: Service and quality of food. For better food and service, head two blocks and cross the railroad tracks to Casa Fiesta...great pollo a la crema, drinks, and fajitas. The two brothers that run the place are friendly, and service is quick.
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