Had a shredded beef and enchilada combo... Rice was not to my liking.. Seemed more Asian than Mexican..beans were good taco was a bit greasy.. But tasty.. Enchilada was buried under a lot of lettuce and other things.. Needed more sauce .. Service was quick and friendly... Was a little pricey.. Prob won't return.. Plenty of other choices around
Food is amazing, but to be able to sit outside and eat and drink is another pleasure. Service is good, but the drinks out weigh the cons.
Although we have frequently driven past this restaurant, we had never eaten there until recently (March 2014). We stopped there for a late lunch/early dinner. The atmosphere was very quaint and charming. The manager personally greeted us upon entry, and our waitress was most attentive and helpful. The menu offered a very good selection, comparable to some of the finer restaurants that we have frequented in our travels. Not the usual "chain eatery" low brow fare. Prices were very reasonable, with an extremely affordable luncheon menu along with the regular dinner fare. My family knows that I am not usually a big fan of Mexican flavors; so they were shocked when I came home and raved about how good our meal was. My wife and I were most impressed (her palate is way more international than mine), and I rank this as the second best Mexican restaurant that I have eaten at (the first being Lindo Michoacan in Las Vegas). No question that it is a better choice than Chipotle or El Torito! We highly recommend it, if you are near CSUN or the Northridge Fashion Center Mall.
Dinner: A large Negro Modelo, big chunks of pork, refried beans, rice, flour tortillas, and pico de gallo. Quite filling and pretty darn good.