My wife and I found the food disappointing. There are plenty of other Mexican restaurants in the TriCities that we thought had better Mexican food. To be fair, we only visited this location twice, but both times were disappointed.
I highly recommend these, first and only place I've had borrego (roast lamb shank). Complex flavor, tender and juicy. The beans are low fat and full of flavor, similar to whole beans at other Mexican restaurants. Three tamales dinner is an excellent indulgence. The sauces really bring out the flavor. Both locations are good. Go with the non-standard Mexican fare: Azteca really shines there. Standard fare is tamed for American palets, so ask them to kick it up a notch if you like real Mexican food. And make use of the sauces on the table to adjust the heat to your preference. Note this is not a sonorran style restaurant and may seem strange for that reason. See their website for more info. Really good social philosophy from the owner, helping imigrants assimilate.
With all the truly authentic Mexican restaurants around the TriCities, why would anyone want to waste their money at the Azteca? I do agree with the last reviewer in that the more adventurous dishes are decent, but why patronize an overpriced chain restaurant when you can have REAL Mexican food - even Taco Truck food - anytime!
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