If you appreciate Mexican folk art, Rey Azteca is worth a visit to see the beautiful carved and gaily painted chairs and booths. There are many oil paintings on the walls as well, so it's easy to get in the mood for Mexican cuisine. As mentioned, the large basket of chips arrived warm on both of our visits, and the salsa was just the right degree of spicy. My husband's burrito with chicken fajita meat from the lunch menu (available for a small extra charge for dinner) was yummy, with grilled onions & peppers. I was a bit disappointed by my enchiladas and quesadilla, but enjoyed the beans and rice that came with it.
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