Let me begin by saying I am from the southeastern part of the United States so perhaps what I consider Mexican food is not totally authentic. However when I travel if Mexican is a choice I always partake. Four of us ate lunch at this restaurant on a recent trip to the Zion area. As others have said in their reviews, the meal started with chips (which were cold and hard) and three different salsas which were all quite tasty. My chimichanga was large but the filling was watery and cooked together to the point that nothing was recognizable. The only thing I tasted was the spices. The others in my party all had salads. Which turned out to be the wisest choice. There were very few patrons in the restaurant and only one person working the front so I will attribute that to the slow, unfriendly service. I would not eat here again.