I didn't like their Chicken Nacho's and told the waiter to return the food, he argued with me. Then the old lady owner came to my table and argued more, saying I should pay 1/2 since I ordered the food. I only tried one nacho, I refused to pay. The owner started yelling in the resturant, and said she was going to call the police. I told her to please call the police. I was so embarrased, how dare she say those things. WORSE EXP EVER IN A RESTURANT. DON'T GIVE THIS PLACE YOUR BUSINESS, GO SOMEWHERE WHERE THEY OWNERS APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS.
Posted: 8/07/2011 • Link to this review
I love mexican food and this place serves great food. So far I 've had carne assada, taco, nachos, burritos, but it is so good that I am planning to come back again to try the foods I have not tried yet. So far, so good!!!
Posted: 5/29/2009 • Link to this review
My hubby and I moved to GA from TX about 2 years ago and have been hunting for good quality, reasonably priced Mexican food near our home. We've finally found it. This place has a large, well rounded menu which includes a huge alacarte section (that I love). The tamales are killer. They have good chips and salsa (a must!) and friendly staff. We've gone twice in the last month and will definitely go back soon.
Posted: 4/25/2009 • Last edited: 5/10/2009 • Link to this review
The food is absolutely wonderful! It's the best Mexican food I've had outside of Texas. The portions are huge and the prices are very reasonable. The service is always outstanding! We eat there often and recommend this restaurant for anyone who craves authentic Mexican food.
Posted: 12/09/2007 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
The menu mixes and matches tacos, burritos and tamales in every possible permutation, and the food runs big on portions, a bit short on seasoning. Quesadillas have mountains of shredded iceberg lettuce that create a crisp contrast for the enormous tortillas oozing melted Chihuahua cheese. Try the luxuriant chili rellenos stuffed with mild cheese or the extra-crisp chalupas topped with refried beans and guacamole--order 'em spicy for a needed kick. Finish off with cholesterol-building, heart killing fried ice cream or the fried, cinnamon-laced banana changa.
Posted: 12/12/2005 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review