Quite frankly, I found this establishment to be very sub-par. Grease seemed to be EVERYWHERE. I literally could slide my feet along the floor. The atmosphere was far from pleasant. My wife and I were actually elbow to elbow with another family at a table next to us. Literally. They just shoved a table up against ours and sat them down. The restaraunt was noisy. We could hardly carry on a conversation with each other. The food quality was less than poor...it was down right gross. Everything seems to have come out of a bag. We ordered the fajitas. HUGE mistake. For those who don't know, fajitas are supposed to be cooked fresh when the order is placed. They are supposed to come hot off the grill and be sizzling when they arrive at your table. Thats how it's supposed to be done. Not at this establishment. It was clear that they simply scooped this mess out of a warmer, plopped it on a cold platter, and served it to us swimming in (you guessed it) more grease. So, obviously, we were served the stuff near the bottom of whatever pan they were scooping it out of. What was most confusing is that there was a line, out the door, of poor victims waiting to pay for the torture they were about to receive. Unbelievable. With so many good (and even not so good) Mexican food restaraunts in the area, it boggles the mind to think that people would take their hard earned money and spend it at a restaraunt that has clearly lost pride in their craft and have degenerated into a revolving door of poor food served to customers who simply don't know any better, and willing to pay for their ignorance. Listen, if you are visiting Broken Arrow (and it is a great place to visit), do yourself a great big favor and avoid this restaraunt like the plague. There are better places to eat, and you will enjoy yourself more. Also, please pray for the poor, unsuspecting souls who crowd the doors of El Tequila. They are the victims of their own ignorance.
I will never, as long as I live, go back to this house of Fajita horror.
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