We decided on Peppers as there were some good reviews on the place. We were kind of in between good and not good for our visit there.
The courtyard is unique with all the plants, the old flooring, and the old time feel of the place.
My companion ordered the small Chili Rellenos, and I went for the Beef Barbacoa. Her rellenos was quite small, with no chili zing to it; the rice was very good, as were the black beans. My beef was very good, loaded with mushrooms and lots of bites of beef. So, the food was o.k.
However, the service was not good. I don't know if our waiter was new or not, but he seemed out of it when taking care of our wishes. We asked for a beer to split, he brought the list, then left, and we didn't see him until he brought out our food. Then it took almost 10 minutes before we got the drink.
Again, we didn't see him at all after we received our drink, and my companion had to go up to the front of the restaurant to get someone to tell him to bring our check. This took about another 10 minutes.
So, overall, our experience was o.k. Kind of wish we had gone somewhere else, and will not return.
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