The lunch version of the Hot and Spicy Burrito" was very good...but not nearly as hot and spicy as the name might lead you to believe. The Salsa that came with the chips (Good chips) was good but a bit tame. We asked for a more spicy version and when it arrived it was not at all too hot. The Tamales were pronounced by my buddy to be the best in the area and we both concluded we wanted to come back and explore the menu a bit more. Excellent service...plenty of parking.
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