I have been to hundreds of Mexican restaurants in my life. This was the worst of them all. Because our food arrived within a couple minutes of ordering, this was an indication of dishes not being made fresh in the kitchen. Chile rellenos are supposed to be poblano chiles stuffed with cheese. Their chile poblano was simply a warmed up chile with globs of inedible cheese slathered on top. The "beef" burrito contained nothing at all resembling ground beef. It was a mealy grainy type mixture with no taste whatsoever. The worst dish of the evening were the cheese enchiladas. The processed cheese-like product stuffed inside the enchilada oozed out the ends. To compare it to Velveeta would be an insult to Velveeta. The cloying nature of the cheese-like product combined with the artificial overly salted mixture made it quite inedible. In a last ditch effort to have the restaurant redeem itself, I ordered the flan for desert. If this flan was not a frozen then thawed product, it sure fooled me. Watery liquid pooled around the gelatenous grainy flan. To make it worse, it was served with a whipped cream/chocolate and cherry sauce concoction that had artificial flavors all through it. From a food perspective, the meal was a disaster. To cap it off, several times during the evening, the servers all scurried to a tables to sing an ear-splitting rendition of "Happy Birthday" while non-birthday patrons waited for the server to re-appear. The owners of Azteca would be well served to take classes in preparing fresh, healthy Southwestern fare.