I've been here a number of times for burritos and salads. I like restaurants that stick to a relatively small menu, and then focus on quality food prep. This restaurant appears to have a short shelf life on prepared ingredients, swapping out freshly prepared vegetables and meat on a continual basis.
Caution: you are better off having a spoonful of guacamole topped onto your burrito or salad, than to buy a separate serving of guacamole to go with an order of chips. The size of the side order of guacamole is too small and cannot be stretched to accompany a bag of chips. You won't get what you paid for or expected.
Service varies from visit to visit. While usually quick, there can be a vast range of friendliness among the servers, from sullen to friendly. The customer does not want to feel like the server is 'put out' by doing his/her job.
Generally a pretty clean restaurant, with tables serviced frequently.
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