We received a tip to try this restaurant out while on our very first visit to El Paso. We heard even Martha Stewart had visited there recently! It lies across from a cemetery in an unassuming building with not much parking close by. Because of the Sunday afternoon popularity, we had to park 3 blocks away and walk over. There was a 25-min. wait, but it was worth it. We got a table for 4, and had a some great tortilla chips (not too salty thankfully) with a 2 small bowls of sauce (red and green). The sauce was smooth in texture and not the chunky salsa. Excellent for both with unique flavors and not too spicy hot. We ordered the guacamole which was plentiful served over a bed of lettuce. My husband had an enchilada plate, and I had the chicken burrito with queso and green chile on top. This was not the queso you find in a can at Sam's Club. It's a white-ish melted cheese with Hatch green chile and was excellent. I also had a side order of a chile relleno. I've had it more crunchy at other restaurants, but the flavor was very good. My husband said the enchiladas were good. We were with friends who both got salads served in a big flauta-type bowl. They said they were good. One got the a cold brisket salad, and I had a taste. Had a good vinegar tang to the taste (my opinion). Food was plentiful. Waitress was at our table often to fill glasses and clear table or bring food. Very nice wait staff.
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