12/10 We started off with complimentary blue and corn tortilla chips plus a pair of tasty salsas and a mediocre bean dip. Our entrees were shrimp and crab stacked enchiladas - Dungeness crab with Mexican white shrimp, sweet corn-guajillo chile enchilada sauce and micro-greens. The enchiladas were very good.
12/07 Update - We first dined at this gorgeous Mexican restaurant on our September trip. Warm blue and white corn tortilla chips were served with a pair of salsas and a warm bean dip. Ms. Westie ordered the blue corn chicken enchiladas and a soda. I opted for the taco sampler again, this time receiving what I ordered, namely birria (goat), rock shrimp and carnitas (pulled pork). Everything was delicious though the flavor of the birria was much stronger than on the previous visit. In order to meet the $35 minimum purchase requirement on my gift certificate we were forced to order a coffee flan. Our bill exceeded the requirement by a mere 81 cents before tax and gratuity were added.
09/07 This is an upscale Mexican restaurant in terms of both menu and decor. We were served a colorful basket of warm tortilla chips along with 3 salsas. We shared a bowl of black bean and smoked cheddar soup. I was expecting a single soup, but the bowl was artistically filled with 2 individual soups finished with a spoonful of salsa fresca and a sprinkling of cilantro. My wife ordered the shrimp and crab stacked enchiladas with sweet corn and chili sauce and micro greens. I opted for the taco sampler ? birria de chivo (marinated goat, avocado puree, cilantro and onion), carnitas with nopales salsa and tomato purcee and fresh fish with Mexican slaw and salsa fresca. The kitchen made a mistake preparing carne asada (grilled skirt steak) instead of the carnitas, not a problem since all 3 tacos were delicious. When I brought the mistake to the waiter?s attention, he offered to bring me an additional taco, but I was satiated and waived him off.
Pros: Beautiful decor, upscale menu
Cons: Can become noisey on weekends