Picture a Mexican restaurant and it would look like Plaza Azteca--dark, ornate wood, pale stucco walls, tile floors, wood beams. The atmosphere is first-rate, not so much the food. My favorite is enchiladas, and my order of them was dry. We had to put the salsa from the appetizer taco chip bowl on them to make them moist, and that was plenty spicy. They were served with no guacamole or sour cream. The waiter bordered on surly when we asked for more salsa. We will not be back.
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