A quick lunch stop in a developing area led me here. El Paso is a pearl among the many chains operating nearby. The dining area is spacious with booth, table, and bar seating.
These guys move quickly - no sooner was I seated when a giant basket of warm tortilla chips and a mini carafe of salsa arrived. I ordered a chimichanga platter and was surprised when it arrived before I had a chance to daydream or even check my phone!
The platter of chimis, smothered in guacamole, sour cream, lettuce, and a half-slice of tomato, came with a side of beans or rice (diner's choice). The taste was just right and the chimis were packed with my choice of meat (chicken in one, beef in the other).
Bottom line is that my meal was fairly priced. I'll gladly bypass the chain restaurants again to make a return trip to El Paso.
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