This restaurant came highly recommended from the cabin rental company where we stayed for a couple of days in the Stevens Pass area of Washington State. As fans of -Mexican- food, we gave is a shot, and had high expectations. Turns out the restaurant was just average. First off, it's Tex Mex, not Mexican. It wasn't horrible, but there is certainly room for improvement:
(1) the pico de gallo had corn, which I have never seen before. I suppose it's a culinary choice, but not my preference.
(2) The -appetizer- size of the queso fundido con chorizo is the same size and very similar to a entree-listed steak queso. I would suggest varying these two dishes a bit as they are repetitive, not to mention that the appetizer needs to be much smaller. Also, they serve both in a flat clay tray which makes it get cold very quickly. Queso fundido keeps better in a bowl.
(3) I ordered my standard, steak tacos, which are a very straight forward dish. Still, the corn tortillas were inexplicably fried and thus greasy and the steak was so overcooked it tasted like charcoal in parts. I did not finish the dish, and I had come into the restaurant famished.
Bottom line, the restaurant is average, and maybe they were having a bad day, but it certainly did not live up to the rave reviews that the cabin company gave it.
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