We biked to Lambertville, and were looking on the free street maps for a place to eat. This stood out, and we headed over. If I have any complaint, it is that the entrance is hard to find. Otherwise, it was a terrific stop before the bike ride back.
The margaritas were extremely well made. We had two each, with salt on the rim.
Once you sit down, the server brings out warm tortillas and homemade salsa with fresh cut up onions, tomatoes and cilantro, along with a large carafe of water for the table. The portions are large. We had the wings for the appetizer. There were a lot of them, and they were in a thick tomato sauce. EXCELLENT! Easily enough for the 2 of us. They come with guacamole, rice and a few flour tortillas. It was a meal in itself.
The entre was the fish taco's. The fish was grilled, not fried like most of the other places make them. The shells were blue corn, which was delicious. The toppings of beans (red, not black), rice, lettuce, etc. were on the plate, but the tacos were so filled to the top, you didn't need all the fixings. We ate those on the side. They were some of the best fish tacos I have ever had. Others could take lessons from this place. The prices are less than average, and out server was a delight. I think the smile was painted on her face!
We sat in the outdoor seating in the back, with the painted walls, strung lights, and ornaments. I own some timeshares in Mexico, and it looked extremely authentic. I think the lights lit up at night would totally bring that Mexican flavor in.
All in all, one of my new must stops in Lambertville.
Hint to my followers:
The entrance is down an alley with side tables and benches. It is worth looking for.
The margaritas are a bit expensive-$ 8 each. They are excellent, with salt on the rim, but the bar bill was as much as the food, so be careful.
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