What Does It Mean . . .!
by Eloquent Epicurean (292 reviews)
Although I have been coming here for years, I never seem to remember to ask where the restaurant name came from. I always figured it was an "inna godda davida" moment by the owner. You know?! The song by the "ancient" group the Iron Butterfly? Anyway, they meant to say "In a Garden of Eden" but were just to inebriated to articulate that mouthful.
So, I was figuring that maybe "Sarita" was supposed to have been "Senorita" . . . Huh?! . . . Huh?! O.K. I'll ask next time.
Only had dinner here a couple of times, but the lunch specials are always a bargain. Good cheesy enchiladas though I usually end up getting one beef and one cheese for the variety. Both have good savory tex-mex (chili powder, cominio, onion) flavor in the gravy. The fluffy flour tortillas are a favorite as well, but the rice and beans are usual and complementary in a tex-mex plate obligatory sort of way.
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