Had lunch here yesterday. My wife and I both ordered the steak fajitas while our kids had cheese quesadillas. The pre meal chips and salas were very tasty. Very kid friendly and the seating is surprisingly large compared to the outside view. Our food was cooked to perfection and service was excellent. My only draw back is that we all had the same meal, wish we ordered more....maybe next time.
Three Southwesterners were out looking for a decent Mexican restaurant, and believe me we have been on quite a search, but finally in this small town we found it. I had the cheese enchilada and tostado and was delighted to see a delicious version of each one. The rice was light and fluffy and did not look at all like the Uncle Ben's version I encounter a lot in Virginnie. The beans were fine. My husband had a hefty beef burrito that was savory. My son had the chimichanga that was turned to a golden crisp. Didn't have any leftovers to take home. We chowed down.
I'm not going to spend a lot of time talking about the ambience or smell because this place is more authentic than a Taco Bell or Don Pablo's. And that's the kind of place you'll probably find decent authentic Mexican food. If I can't go home for real TexMex or California style burritos and carne asada, I'm happy to go back to Camino Real and have done so time and time again.
I've been there a couple of different times and will not go back. The first time the food was just ok. My daughter had the tacos, and I thought the meat tasted like Alpo. My wife and I had the fajitas and the veggies were burnt and very greasy.
The second time, the restaurant smelled like stale urine. That should have been my final clue. The food was inedible.