Come for the dirty tables, stay for the mediocre food. :) \r
I stopped in about a week ago to see what this place was like. All in all, it was totally average. The veggies on my plate were squishy and over-seasoned. I get the feeling that they get them frozen, then thaw them out and then season them on a flat iron grill. The mexican rice was well prepared, but too salty. The chicken was another deal entirely. Cut paper thin, (San Luis Chicken) and I mean THIN, imagine if you took a chicken breast, butterflied it, then butterflied the butterfly chop, that's what we are looking at here. It had a slightly gamey, oily texture on the thinner parts as well, similar to the thin cut chicken you see in stiry fry. As a matter of fact, if it were splashed with soy sauce and dusted with sesame seeds, it would have fit right in at any Chinese eatery. \r
Service: Gets a polite golf clap of approval. The waiter took our order, left.....eventually came back and asked us again as he had forgotten it. Ooopsie. After that, my iced tea was refilled every time I set it down. And I mean EVERY time I set it down. He was probably a new waiter and was trying way too hard. \r
When I first arrived, there was stuff everywhere, broken remnants of chips along the lines of the booth and underneath the tables, as well as in te seat of the booth itself. I got the feeling that they had just finished off a major rush and were desperately trying to catch up. Which they did about halfway through my meal. \r
Enchiladas: Taste like they have been stuffed with Wolf Brand Chili. That is no joke guys. lol \r
Overall: They have sacrificed a lot in the way of food quality in favor of easy prepare meals. This could be an indication of an inexperienced kitchen staff or a deliberate cut on behalf of management. Either way, I should have stopped in at Applebee's right next door.
Pros: Great atmosphere, nice decor and music.
Cons: Uninspired food, too much seasoning.