I have tried all types of Mexican food all over LA (Guelaguetza, Border Grill, Gallego Brothers, El Tepeyac), and this is some of the best and freshest I have ever had. The salsa and guacamole are rich and fresh. The tamales are not greasy at all, and the meat in the tamales and enchiladas is deliciously marinated. My achilles heel is the fried tacos, though; they are fantastic. The best thing of all is the price. My girlfriend and I got 2 tamales, 2 tacos, 4 enchiladas, 1 quesadilla, and a side of guacamole for $23! If the area was better and it wasn't such a drive from Venice, we'd be over there every week.
Pros: Fresh, Delicious Food, Polite Staff
Cons: , Small Dining Area