I found El Indio by accident while living nearby. I was stumbling home amazingly loaded one night and stopped by for a midnight burrito. I got a Machaca burrito and carried it home where I wolfed it down, expressing ""That was the greatest burrito I've ever eaten in my entire life"". I had to go back again to be sure it was as good as I remembered and it was. Every time I get the Machaca burrito with cheese, guac, and meat, and if you're really hungry get a taco with the same thing. The food is quick to come and really good. There are a couple bench seats but nothing fancy or extravegant. The only time I've been unimpressed with the food is when it hasn't been ""juicy"" enough, which has only happened once or twice in my record of going there.
Pros: Great Taste, Inexpensive, Lot Parking
Cons: No Atmosphere, No Reservations