We were recommended this place from a local golfer and he said that we needed to give it a try. The chips and salsa were okay, not the best I've had, but still good. We had a table side queso dip that they light on fire and then they serve up the cheese dip on tortillas, and it was really good. I ordered the owner's favorite filet steak and it was pretty good with a lot of great flavors with peppers and onions. Their beans were also very flavorful which is different than typical mexican restaurants. The pricing was typical for a mexican restaurant with most dishes between $10-$15 and they serve full dishes with a lot of food.
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