You won't find Soto's Kitchen if you are driving through town looking for a place to eat. Its on a side street, but if you look it up, its worth a try. We have eaten there twice. They have a the standard Mexican dishes and a few original specialties worth trying. The beef Fajitas were good, but the tortillas were a little thin and tended to split when you roll them up. I like my tortillas a slightly thicker and softer, but that's just me. Overall, the food was well prepared. The first time we ate there was for lunch and the lady who waited on us was also the manager. She was very helpful, friendly, and attentive. The second time we had a male waiter who was OK, but tended not to notice our drink glasses were empty and it took a while to get his attention for the check. The interior is clean and modern.