The previous poster seems to have had an atypical experience there. I have been enjoying Asaderos for many years. The booths in front do face each other but if this bothers you request a table in the back half of the restaurant. If the beans and rice are bland add some of their great salsa to liven them up. The albondigas soup is a good starter and the chile verde is great too. They also make a great garlic shrimp dish worth trying. Really, everything I've tried has been very good and I've eaten my way through most of the menu. If you like it really hot order some fried jalapenos. They're smokin'!