A relatively unknown spot with some traditional and non traditional Mexican dishes. Service at time can be slow, but food is always delicious!
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We come here quite a bit as it's close to home. There may have been a change in the kitchen staff because our normally good experience was not so good this time. The tacos were so soggy that the tortilla fell apart simply by picking it up and our sons quesadilla was so greasy that it was dripping and he had to soak it up with a paper towel. The flavors are still there and we hope they will turn this around. See ya in a week or so Soto's
Excellent in every way possible. Staff is very customer service oriented. Have never had a bad or so-so meal there. Everything we have tried has been so delicious. Highly recommend.
"Mexican Kitchen" - and what a great kitchen! Food is great, usually not busy, and less expensive than Lupe's. But no expense is taken on quality of food.
Service was a little slow. But, ambience is good for groups and even small business dinners.
Soto's other kitchen opposite Sienna Plantation on Highway 6; comfy neighborhood atmosphere, consistent great fusion of tastes, does serve beer/wine/mojitos. Intimate seating, maybe holds 50 people inside and a few bistro tables outside.