Stopped in for lunch with my husband and two teenagers. Service was very good. Food came quickly and drinks were refilled without having to ask. The queso blanco was good. The thin chips were excellent, the salsa was good but not at all spicy. My son enjoyed the ribeye steak. My daughter enjoyed the beef enchiladas and liked the rice and beans. The side salad was good but the dressing was bland. My husband and I both had the roasted pork burrito. The meat was very tender but it, and the sauce lacked flavor. It was more like my mom’s pork roast and gravy than the Mexican food I’m used to. I would give it another try if in the area but would get something with more spice.
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