I took a couple friends from out of town there, as I had never been there either. I had heard it has some of the best, authentic Mexican food in the city.
I had the veggie burrito and was impressed by the variety of salsas. You have to pay a small fee for chips and salsa, which I was not expecting, but it was interesting to try the 6 different kinds.
The burrito was good, it had some typical vegetables, as well as avocado and potato, which I found to be different than a typical burrito. A pretty good sized burrito for about $6.50. I had the second half for lunch the next day and found it was still good, which I was disappointed because sometimes Mexican food gets better for some reason. :) My friend had the pozole, which she loves, and found it to be good, but not exceptional as well.
Overall, I would say it was a good experience, but not the exceptional food I was told of. The atmosphere is good, a nice restaurant, clean bathrooms, friendly staff. It is in a convenient spot, right off of Summitview, nicer neighborhood...I don't know, I just didn't find anything special about this place, I would rather go to a closer place or try a new restaurant.
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