We have eaten several times at the old location and had a decent dining experience. The new location is bigger with more parking. However, although the service was good, the food was overall disappointing. The chips were served warm, but they were thick and tough as if they had been setting under a heat lamp for some time. When asked, the waiter said they were prepared in large batches and may have been overcooked. No recourse was offered, not even another basket. We do like the warm refried bean dip. The margaritas on the rocks were served with crushed ice and tasted like a mix; a little sweet and syrupy with no fresh lime flavor at all. For entrees, we ordered the carne asada and chicken fajitas. The carne asada meat was plentiful, tender and quite spicy. I generally like spicy, but these spices were strong which detracted from the flavor of the meat. It was served with tortillas and mild shredded cheese; no other accompaniments. The chicken fajita meat was sparse and dry, as if chopped off of a previously prepared chicken breast. It was served on a plate, not a sizzling cast iron skillet, contained more vegetables than meat, and only a small dollop or sour cream and guacamole. Maybe this was an off night, but everything we ordered had its problems.
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