We visited on a very busy Saturday night, but the line to order moved quickly. The sign to read the menu was very small print and confusing. We got our order placed and got our chips and salsa. Had to ask for a second bowl of salsa, they were small and my husband does not share. We were lucky to find an open table. Later people walked around and could not find one. The chips and salsa were superb. The salsa was definitely home made with lots of celantro. I got the carnita tostadavandvit was huge. Meat was tender and well seasoned. Hubby had a burrito and it was well stuffed. Huge portions. Would definitely come back!
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