To be fair, I was encouraged ahead of time and had high expectations. Didn't really reach the billed "authentic" Mexican. More of the same Americanized Mexican. Food was *good* and fairly priced but just not raw delicious tastes you'd expect of authentic, say from South side Chicago, etc. I appreciated the fresh green bell peppers nicely crisp (not) cooked but cheese was the liquidy type. Where was the pico?! Cilantro? Onions were cooked to death, unfortunately. Have had better chorizo too. It was little on the !sweet (?cinnamon)? side. Nice clean atmosphere. Service was very good. Meal arrived literally in five minutes!
Bottom line: fairly priced, good Americanized (Georgian) Mexican in a clean atmosphere. Just temper your enthusiasm.
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