We stopped by for a late lunch after a few hours panning for gold. A cute Victorian house converted into a restaurant, our dog got to sleep on the porch for once, while we filled our hungry bellies.
For a mountain town, the food here is well made although a bit bland, catering to a wider palette. We had the carnita taco(the few things on the menu that are more true to its Mexican flavor), chicken taco (just shredded boiled chicken, a bit bland). The Spanish rice & refried beans were moist & flavorful. The chips were fresh, in both the corn & flour variety... nice touch.
Service was attentive & prompt. Very professional It looks to me that the establishment has the ability to cook more authentic food but is holding back to appeal to the typical customer around here. Maybe offering specials of more authentic dishes every now & then would help them test the boundaries & elevate their repertoire.