Ate here due to its proximity to the Holiday Inn where we were staying overnight. The restaurant was packed, so we took that as a good sign. Nice décor with the restaurant being divided into sections which would be good on quieter evenings, in that it would not be apparent if the restaurant was half empty. The menu seemed extensive but, as we don't normally eat Mexican food, we were slightly lost.
My choice was pretty successful but my husband's was a bit "gloopy". The waiter was very friendly and helpful although I think there were inconsistencies on this front, as we spoke to other customers who said their waiter/waitress was very offhand.
Overall it was an enjoyable experience, but probably not one which would have us rushing back.
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