Ohhhh-maaaa-Godddd! Cooking from the heart of Mexico. Who would of thought this low visibility restaurant attached to a mexican grocery store (same owners), serves up some of the most outstanding homemade Mexican dishes this side of the border. And, its only a hop-skip west of Ravenswood neighborhood. We had the steamed white fish filets with vegetables -- which came out steaming hot wrapped in tin foil, which when opened revealed a huge mound of filets, soaking in a tasty broth with tomatoes green peppers and onions; accompanied on the side with a plate of rice, beans, lettuce, sliced tomatoes, slices of avacado, and a half-dozen tortillas (only $10.50). Delicious! Our other entree was the Chicken Mole, which was half a chicken on the bone smothered in thick tasty mole sauce, accompanied by same sides as above ($6.95). Other diners enjoyed excellent looking BBQ skirt steak ($9.50). Best of all, surprisingly for a Mexican restaurant, its BYOB.
Pros: Authentic and Delicious Mexican Cooking; Huge Portions, Great Value; BYOB