We enjoyed a plate of fajitas, enchiladas and street tacos. While the food was tasty and had an abundance of fresh vegetables, it was average considering the above-average prices ($18 for three tacos?) Also, our bill came with a mystery charge of $2 for "taco split." My son loved his horchata drink, which I agree was very flavorful; but prickly pear margarita was watery. The fried ice cream for dessert was disappointing, covered with what appeared to be whipped cream from a squirt can. The service was friendly, kind, attentive and prompt. We enjoyed the casual ambience and fun, colorful decor, despite the TVs dominating a couple of the walls.
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