The food here is quite flavorful. The enchiladas (beef, chicken, or pork) are the best thing here. Not using the usual red enchilada sauce, they instead use a tangy tomatillo sauce then drizzle it with a light amount sour cream. Most dishes come w/their red chips, a peppery salsa, rice, and beans. The chips can at times be less crispy and more hard but it's not as bad as their rice which has, a few times, been undercooked. Nothing worse than biting into what you think is fluffy soft rice, and instead getting the crunch of undercooked rice. It doesn't ruin the main dish, but it's not good either. They also have a good selection of margaritas and mexican beers...if you're 21.