The restaurant was on the smallish side, but not cramped. We went in for lunch with a group of 8 (5 were kids from 6-14), but they were happy enough to push tables together to accomodate us. The kids menu items were about $5-6 including drink for your basic stuff - chicken fingers, etc., but you were given the option of fruit rather than fries. The "adult" sandwiches/wraps were priced around $8. EVERYONE loved their food. Even the picky ones. I had the El Tio which was very good (although it could have been a smidge spicier). The shrimp wrap (Cusabi?) was extremely good (yes, I tasted pretty much everything). Unfortunately I can't remember the name of my favorite wrap - it had beef, mozzarella, lettuce, tomato (I think) and a spicy sauce that just made it. Wow. It was good. We also enjoyed the garlic tater tots and some wine. Don't remember the winery but it had a picture of a corkscrew on it.
The High Rock was head and shoulders above anything else we ate while in the Dells. Wish we had had room for dessert!
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