I and the family have been customers ever since they opened years ago. Their salsa is usually the best in the area. My wife always orders the chips and salsa as a to go item, so she has them for snacks later. Food is good, and portions are huge for the price. Chips are made in house, and usually hot from the fryer. I like the Camarrones Coctel (shrimp cocktail to non Spanish speakers) as an appetizer, or for a light lunch meal when I'm trying to cut the calories.
The daily combos are a great lunch, we're partial to the No. 20 (chiles rellenos, enchilada, taco, with beans and rice. But you can't go wrong ordering from anything on the menu. But I also like the Arroz co Pollo, while my kids go for the Fajitas. Like I said, pretty much anything is good.
If you are expecting Tex-Mex style food, but that's not the style served here. There are very few restaurants in this area that serve that. I grew up in central Texas, so I do miss it, but this is an acceptable substitute.