A nice surprise to find this restaurant. Quaint and has feel as if in Playa Del Carmen or Tulum. Love their guacamole salad and shrimp fajitas. Reasonable portions and $$. Stays busy at lunch time.
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I love the food here. I like to get the large container of salsa and chips to go after my meal. I take it home and eat it the next day. Beef tacos are tasty because of the cheese on top. I don't know what the cheese is but it is delicious. Give this place a try you won't be... More
This is hands down my favorite Mexican spot in the Richmond area. They have tons of seating and fast service so there is rarely a wait. Prices are really good for what you get. I recommend the burritos texanos.
Great people, great food, great drinks, and great prices - my husband and I absolutely love this place and are never disappointed! Try the margarona - it's delish!
I dislike how cramped it is, but I love the food. It is one of those Mexican restaurants that serves a white dip and salsa. For their lunch special # 1, they don't serve a guacamole salad, but the carnitas are very good.
Some of the best salsa & chips I've had, hands down. Friendly staff, excellent service. The food, however, is the star here. Great offerings on the menu, the portions are large enough to split. The food was served up quickly, was hot & well seasoned. I had the taquitos mexicanos on one visit, and on the other I had pollo... More
Waiter was nice but the food looked and smelled like dog food. The refried beans were more like pureed soupy beans and the meat had no flavor. Maybe if you've never eaten Mexican food before you might not know the difference. Definitely not what we are used to.
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