I had the Carne Asada which was good and a large serving but not the most flavorful I've had. Salsa (with chips) was on the mild side. The flan was good and very different from any I've had anywhere else -- very little caramel and a somewhat curd like consistency. I'd recommend it for a new take on a standard. Nice and friendly staff and good prices round things out. Fairly quiet on the weekday early evening we visited, but in an earlier visit (on another trip) it was crowded. They have expanded with a second restaurant in Joseph.
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