Mourning the loss of Jalisco, we were thrilled to find this new entrant into the restaurant scene in Staunton. It is located in an unprepossessing building away from downtown, but is well worth the short trip,.
We started with an excellent guacamole dip (and the complementary salsa and chips).
My wife feasted on one of the many combination platters, and found it very good, especially the tamale. She added a taco side, which was also very good. (There was enough to take home a late-night snack.)
I chose the enchilada supreme (four different ones) and found it delicious. Although the four were nested together and bathed in the same sauce (and lettuce and sour cream atop), the flavors and textures of each was distinctive. (I gobbled mine all down.)
Overall, the entrees were a bit spicier than we were accustomed to, but very well seasoned.
For dessert, I chose the Tres Leches cake (not on the menu but on a flyer) and found it as delicious as the other reviewers have. My wife chose the flan, which she pronounced very good. Both portions were generous.
The service was prompt and polite, and the dishes prepared quickly and served hot.