I bought a Taco and Enchilada Combo (shredded beef on both) with beans and rice, with an extra taco. It tasted very good--delicious--very tasty.
My only gripes are that there were no tomato chunks on the tacos, and the beans were brownish-gray instead of brown. Did they add water to water them down? Why would they do that? At first, I thought they were maybe right out of the can and heated in the microwave, rather than fried, but they tasted like all the spices were mixed in to make them taste the way they should, but they didn't look or taste like they were fried in the frying pan. The rice was a little favorable, but I'm used to it being a bit more saucy. I don't think they skimped on the sauce. I think they may have cooked it a little too long and thus, inadvertently cooked it out.
Other than that, the meal was great. There was plenty of shredded beef on both the tacos and enchilada. Their prices are very reasonable and the food IS very tasty, so I WOULD recommend this place, and I WILL be coming back.
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