I was anxious to try this place as I'd heard some good reviews. It was quite crowded and loud (as another noted). That doesn't bother me necessarily, though. The line snaked out the door, but our wait was minimal and we were seated quite promptly. The food is what I would call "OK"--I'd most likely eat there again for a cheap lunch. Most entrees were in the $8 to $15 range. The three salsas they serve with the chips are good--my food was a little on the bland side and the salsa added a little interest. I had a chile relleno stuffed with carne guisada and smothered with a ranchero sauce. We both had cheese enchiladas which looked and tasted as if they were both stuffed and topped with imitation Velveeta. Not a good thing--I would make it a point to avoid those in the future. This was not truly Mexican cuisine, but what you tend to see in the Valley, a mix of Tex-Mex and border cooking. The guac was good, rice and beans fair. Those people who recommend this as as good as "real" Mexican restaurants must have eaten at some troughs! LOL! Definitely don't bother getting "dressed up" to go. Despite the waitstaff in bowties and vests, diners can feel comfortable in tanks, shorts, and flip-flops.
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