My wife and myself went to this
restaurant yesterday; we were there at 11:00 sharp on a Tuesday.
Choosing to sit outside, we ordered the # 7 and #8. After an inexorable wait, my wife's Chile Renejo was submerged in grease. It took 4 napkins to soak it up and it was still inedible. So she tried another dish .. still more grease. She didn't finish it.
I ordered the fajitas. When delivered to my table, there was no "sizzle". Hello folks ... Fajitas are supposed to sizzle!!!!!! The fajitas were in fact dried out as though they were either left over from the night before or they sat for an interminable amount of time under a heat lamp before being served.
And to make matters worse, no one at this restaurant seems to speak any English at all .. so forget complaining about anything because you, dear readers, will be wasting your breath.
In the 25 years my wife and I've been dining out, she's never said .. "I'm never coming back.". Well she said it and I agree wholeheartedly.
Please do yourself a favor and if thinking about dining here, make a decision to "dump this dump" and chose another establishment. Of note, I did make one mistake ... I failed to connect the shabby exterior appearance with the food quality. But shabby is as shabby does.
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