I had lunch here on a Sunday after Mass with three other ladies. This is not fine dining, bit certainly got for a quick lunch.At this place you order at the counter and then they bring your food to the table. The person taking my order at the counter was a bit abrupt but the servers relaying food to the tables were very friendly.
The great: we all consider ourselves salsa connoisseurs and we all loved their chips and salsa. Especially when we added some of the roasted green chile available at the condiment station.
The good: the shredded beef enchilada my daughter had was very good. The fajitas shared by my dining companions had a New Mexican flavor to them that they enjoyed.
The ok: I had a shrimp enchilada with green Chile. The shrimp were fresh but the sauce wasn't amazingly flavorful but it's was passable for the price. The tortillas they give you with the fajitas must be a new Mexican thing because they were the large burrito style tortillas rather than the smaller ones we're used to in TeX Mex. None of us were opposed to something different but the larger tortillas made the fajitas a bit difficult to eat.
Overall it was a good, quick casual lunch for a reasonable price in a town of expensive food.
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