I was excited to try this restaurant as there hasn't been a good southwestern restaurant in the Detroit area since Brian Polcyn's Chimayo in Pontiac. Please remove the word ""Southwest"" from the name of this place. Anyone that has traveled in the southwest would agree this is not southwestern cuisine. They simply serve mediocre tex-mex food with maybe a lighter touch. Their down fall begins with the salsa - some flavorless chopped tomatoes and onion, dull. The sweet potato pancakes? Dull. They might as well give you a micro waved sweet potato. The jalape?o chicken wrap? Dull, no spice, no flavor and no jalape?os. So sad, and yet it can be so easy. Roasted green and red chilies are a mainstay in any southwestern food and would provide some life in their otherwise dull presentations.
Pros: Fast service, Good Lemonade, Outdoor Seating, Lighter Tex-Mex Food
Cons: Pale Version of Southwestern Flavor