We had just walked about 200 yards in the wind and rain to find out that the sushi restaurant we had heard so much about was packed, with a 1.5 hour wait for a table. So, right across the way we spotted ZTejas. The fairly accurate prediction of a 20 minute wait by the host lifted our very cold, damp spirits. Our waiter, Jeremy, was just about perfect. Even his socially acceptable bantor was well timed. Touche' Jeremy! I recommend this restaurant on its service alone. The food, although prompt and well prepared, was rather bland. Even the ""salsa"" was so mild and sweet, it tasted more like tomato jelly with cilantro than salsa. Bottom line, the food was average. Not something I expected from such a limited menu with supposed specialties. Recommend they invest some time and money ""spicing-up"" the menu and giving Jeremy a raise.
Pros: service, value
Cons: bland food, bland food, bland food