It's hard for me to believe this resturant has survived as long as it has based on the service we experienced so I'm going to assume someone called in sick and waiter/host/busboy/cashier/etc? was too busy to take our order, get us coffee, get us our order, etc. But the thing that really got me was this place has a big bright plastic tiger out front and paint/decoration on the windows all indicating this is a family restaurant but when we got seated there was nothing there for the kids. I know - maybe I'm being too picky but I've really come to expect family restaurants to provide either a coloring book/crayons, or something for the kids. I think that alone would have made this place a 4 star. The breakfast burito I had wasn't very good but the other dishes the rest of the family had looked OK. Our waiter was a bit too personable but maybe it's family run and that's the image they want to promote...just didn't work for us.