The food is good. I had the Fajita Salad (chicken) and the chicken was very nicely seasoned. It came with pico de gallo and guacamole. Husband had chicken enchiladas and he enjoyed them. The food is a bit higher than some but it's been there forever.
The building is older, inside it is darker than I like but that was the style when they built the place. Our waiter was excellent. However, the man that checked us out wasn't very business oriented. He took our money and never said a word. I had also approached him to get a to go cup for my tea and, again, had nothing to say. Maybe he was having a bad day.
I recommend the restaurant. And make sure you try the orange dip for your tostadas. YUMMY
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