I realize that my expectations for a Mexican restaurant are different having lived in New Mexico for many years but this restaurant didn't come close to what I would expect in a Mexican restaurant. My husband and I went on a Saturday afternoon. There was a family and a single at tables but no wait staff. We looked around for someone but could not find anyone. The single said someone should be out shortly so we took a seat. 5 minutes later a server brought out the family's food and noticed us there. After that the service was acceptable. I ordered a chile relleno and my husband ordered a pork and aspargus tamale. Chips and salsa could be ordered for $5 but we didn't need any. Our food was warm but the aspargus garnish on top was warm at one end and cold on the other. The black beans had no flavor. The rice was generic. The chile relleno had no seasoning and the creamy cheese sauce that was suppose to be on it was a green chile sauce--again very bland. My husband's tamale was mostly dough. The waiter asked if my husband had aspargus in his tamale which we thought was a strange question, but since my husband couldn't find any in the tamale, the waiter must have suspected it didn't. As we were finishing the owner arrived bringing in supplies. He propped the door open and left it open letting in the cold air. Then the family let their children ride the camel ride which was next to our table. Perhaps the ride should be moved away from the tables. Now we were cold and could no longer hear each other--time to leave. We will not return.