I have eaten here many times, but this was the first time we were seated right in front of a pretty water feature. It completely changed the atmosphere into a romantic, nurturing experience. I ordered the seafood enchilada, which was tasty but a little skimpy with only one enchilada and huge amounts of rice and beans to fill the plate. My husband got the carne asada, which is his favorite thing there. It was cooked medium rare although he ordered rare, but it was fine anyway.
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