My friend paid $10 for a cheese quesadilla, it was one 7 inch quesadilla. I paid $10 for one ear of corn. It was ridiculous! The food was okay and the restaurant is clean but $25 for an entree? That was a little ridiculous.
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Was open post-theatre. The guacamole was pretty good (and lots of it) and the tacos (soft-shell) were good as well, but we had the worst margaritas! Hard to believe in a big city place like this.
This is convenient to local hotels and is good for a quick lunch or dinner. Can't say it's the best Mexican around, but they try hard and the portions are reasonable.
Originally went in for a drink and subsequently ate here on 2 nights of our stay. Huge food portions, and great Sangria. Food quality and range good but a bit pricey. Nice staff. Relaxed atmosphere.
We dropped in here as we love Mexican food. Looking at the "dinner" menu outside we were attracted by the menu with fajitas etc and other well known Mexican fishes. We were lucky to get a table as the restaurant is obviously very popular. The...More
Popped in here as it was close to our hotel. Lovely, pleasant servers and good turnaround from the kitchen. We ordered a number of items, chicken fajitas, calamari, big burrito, burger and guacamole and chips. Everything was fresh and tasty and the portions were big....More
We popped in here for dinner after a matinee. We were in no rush, as we were chaperoning a university bus tour and had several hours before departure. We were hoping for decent food in an unhurried atmosphere without breaking the bank. That is exactly...More
We dropped in for dinner simply because of location - this restaurant was close to our hotel. The food was really good. I ordered fajitas, and they arrived at our table stemming hot. Our server was friendly and funny. This is a great place to...More
I think the sauce was called chili pomblano (pardon the spelling). The wings came out over a bed of shredded lettuce. The sauce was spicy, not hot, but spicy. They were served with blue cheese and celery. When the wings were finished, I couldn't let...More