Not your typical Tex-Mex. The food is authentic, plentiful and very good. The Guacamole is not what you would normally expect as it is chunks of tomatoes, avocada, onions and generous cilantro. Unless you want to mash it yourself, it has to be eaten with a spoon and cannot be dipped with your chips but has an excellent taste. The fajitas are also quite unusual in that they are served with melted cheese on top. Quantities are plentiful and the prices are very reasonable for the food and drinks. If you want wine, they serve only 3 choices, Merlot, Zin, and Chard. Service was good. The main drawback was numerous fruit flies all over the dining room. Every table was constantly swatting at the pests. Hopefully this was a rare experience.
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