Stopped here one night while on a road trip through the area. Wasn't expecting much from the decor and the cafeteria style chairs, straight out of the 1970's. So I was pleasantly surprised by the solid quality of the entrees and the speedy service. I should have known this place would be all right though - it was busy from before the time I got there until well after I left. The food was hot, tasty and filling. If you're looking for innovative, try somewhere else. But if you want a big plate of enchiladas, rice and refried beans to warm you up, you could do a lot worse.
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