Have eaten at several locations of this restaurant many times. We were first seated in what appeared to be the children's section, with many crying babies and next to the kitchen with lots of noise but were graciously moved after requesting another table and were quite pleased with the new location. The server was excellent and knowledgeable. However, having eaten mostly pasta's and other Italian influenced dishes, I decided to try the Talapia Santa Fe. The sauce is great and was good enough to almost mask the lack of freshness of the fish. Talapia is a very light flacky fish with no fishy tast but this was quite fishy. I also ventured away from a pasta side for the first time and was quite disappointed with the blandness of the red beans and rice, one of my favorites when cooked Cajun style. The salads are always crisp and fresh but the lack of tomatoes is a disappointment. DON'T VENTURE TO THEIR SEAFOOD, it doesn't hold up to the quality of the rest of the menu.
Pros: Service, price, quality.
Cons: Seating, seafood.