First, let me mention that the staff are very friendly and happy. The food is another story. The prices are very "good," so sometimes I guess you get what you pay for. We started off with Nachos. I specifically asked that the edges be browner than standard . . . But since they are not cooked under a burner (I was not told this) that did not happen. We were served chips out of a bag with pre-melted white cheese poured over them. I like cheese melted on chips under a burner. The toppings are plentiful so if it is eating a lot you are into, this might be the place for you. My husband ordered a bowl of chili without beans thinking there would be some meat in it: wrong. The green chili was too spicy which! of course, is personal but what seemed puréed chili was too different for him. Then he tried the Ribeye (I am not sure why) with rice and beans. He liked the beans. The rice was as described in another review: weird and tomato sauce "infused." He left over half the steak. The very cheerful server said everything but the corn tortillas was made in house. . . Um. They do make their flour tortillas in house and they were tasty. I wish the food was better as the dining staff are inviting! P.S. They have no alcohol so if you are looking to imbibe pick another stop.
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