Decoration is as if you had stepped into a taco restaurant in Mexico. Ordered sopes which were almost like ordering them in Mexico (only difference being that I got the chicken cut into pieces vs it being pulled). The tacos al pastor are also almost there. Queso Cotija is not used in Mexico for quesadillas nor on top of sopes. I was rather disappointed with the salsas, they weren't what I would expect. BE AWARE though that they add cheese to tacos and other things that are not listed with cheese on the menu and then charge you extra for it, and because of that, I gave them an average. Waiter also didn't know how several of the dishes where prepared. Restroom is clean. Place is also a bit pricy, $65 for two adults and a child is a bit high for tacos.
Just ate here and shared the fajitas with my wife. More than enough food for two hungry people. We also had the guacamole as an appetizer. Chorizo and Pastor meat where soo good!