Sometimes the inconsistency in quality is interesting. It's like when your mom or grandma cooks your favorite dish, but she doesn't use a recipie and it's all just from her memory. Those slight variations that make it a bit different but it's still good. This is my favorite place because of the homemade tortillas. I love hearing the clapping of hands in the background as the ladies make the tortillas. Sometimes I just order beans, rice and tortillas. Warm, soft tortialls there is nothing like it. It's like being a kid again. Overall the food it good. I recommend the flautas or fajitas (get the fajitas and tortialls are included). Other popular choices are the huevos divorciados and the huge Mr. B burrito.
The area is not all that great, I don't like to be there alone at night (there is a bar and a liquor store right in the same center). I've taken co-workers here for lunch and they always return on their own later. On weekends it gets pretty crowded.
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