the alambre, fajitas, and chimi are good for a low price. tamales are bad but thats okay just dont get them.
Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5More
Really bad. Old pico de gallo on the shrimp cocktail, stale and hard flour tortillas, the sopes were not fully cooked and you could actually taste a funky flavor. Atmosphere: green/brown fish water at the entrance, chip crumbles under tables, crooked TVs (almost falling off the wall), dirty bathroom with concrete floors which makes it even harder to clean.
Skip it, seriously. It was a huge letdown. Waitstaff was often nowhere to be seen in the dining room, even though it wasn't very busy. When food was delivered, it didn't look very appetizing at all...it looked like everything on the plate was just blended together. The flavor wasn't much better. Couldn't finish it.
This place was ok. Our normal place was closed so this was the nearest one. I walked in hoping to get a margarita (clearly didn't read reviews ahead of time) and they still don't have a liquor license. It wasn't busy when we went. Most of the food was generic. The chips were kind of stale, the salsa was good, the entree we ordered was really good but the rice and beans were ok. The service was good. Not sure it beats our regular place but definitely not without the liquor license.
Food tasted ok, but be careful! You may get charged extra for putting meat in your burrito? You would think when the menu says it comes with meat that you would not be charged an extra $4.50 for the meat! Will not return!