Pretty typical little Mexican restaurant. Service was good and meals came out quickly, but I guess that is expected from what is obviously pre packaged and heated servings. For the most part every dish looked almost like mexican soup as it was all a bit on the runny side. My plate had a chili relleno and a burritto. A chili relleno is suppose to be breaded and fried so it should have a crisp outside, this one was soggy and soft. A burritto is suppose to be wrapped in a dry tortilla and easily picked up and eaten, this one was a soft wet mess on the plate. It seems to always be a sign of pre packaged and heated food when the plate comes out hotter than the food. Taste was fine but as I said typical packaged mexican fare, nothing to brag about or rate any higher than average and that is probably generous
Decor was a bit amusing. Pretty much typical fare but it appears to have maybe been done by owners in an attempt to save money. The booths had the restuarant name engraved into the seats and it appears on at least one they mis-spelled their own name. Then out front is a bench that someone attempted to paint the name of the restaurant across the top but ran out of room so the last 5 or 6 letters of restaurant were missing. Who knows maybe they were going for that little hole in the wall Mexican restaurant look that you might find in some small Mexican town.
All in all, nothing to make me want to come back as there are so many Mexican restaurant choices in the area it is easy to find better. Price was ok but not great, family of 4 drinking water was still almost $50
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