We had an excellent lunch here, and yes...the service was a little slow and the meal a little pricey, but it was worth it. We had a very friendly and personable server who mentioned he'd visited the area years ago and never left.
My husband ordered the Taco Grande (or something like that) which, from the description basically sounds like a quesadilla. He was a little hesitant about the description, but he ordered it anyway and then couldn't stop talking about how awesome it was for the next few days. :) I had a delicious veggie chimichanga. I would definitely order it again, but I'd get the green salsa on the side for dipping so that the crispy fried shell wouldn't get soggy.
We were fortunate to be here on a quieter day in early June; I imagine this place is crowded when it's a busier time, but I would wait for a table here, and I'm not a very patient person!
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