After a day spent hiking Mt Lemon we still hadn't had our fill of Mexican food so the GPS brought us here. With a little trepedation we went inside (we later learned from my brother that we had stumbled on a good choice). We were seated quickly for a Friday night and brought a good beer and chips. The salsa was spicy, much to my liking. My partner ordered the enchiladas and I had a chicken chimi. It was big, tasty, and cooked to perfection. I would highly advise people to go and check it out.
We chose to not eat at the buffet and ordered off the menu. Our food came hot and fresh!! Staff are very polite. Did have to wait awhile to pay our tab. It was a Sunday and many families there with kids.
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