Don Ramon (formerly El Rincon) is a standard Tex Mex style restaurant. The food is always good, though not spectacular. I personally would like everything to be kicked up a notch in the spice department, but I suppose Don Ramon's is catering to a Parma palate. Nothing wrong with that, and there is a selection of hot sauces on each table.
The menu is book-length with plenty of combination plates that are worth selecting. I always try a different combo plate whenever I dine here, but my friend is the #11, every time. He doesn't even look at the menu anymore, so I guess the #11 is that good.
Always chips and salsa when you sit down. Good, thick, yellow corn chips with just the right amount of salt. I'd like a chunkier salsa, but the salsa provided is pleasant.
The ambiance is odd here - the dining room is a strange mix of faux brick and cafeteria/industrial styles, with Mexican bric-a-brac on the walls. The whole space could do with a makeover - I'd wouldn't mind seeing some tile floors and less industrial lighting (read fluroescent). I guess not a lot of people are concerned about the decor, as the place is usually pretty busy, and downright packed on the weekends.