I had the chicken enchilada, and a side of rice and beans. The chicken was super dry, while the enchilada itself was served in a boat of sauce. The rice and beans were not as I expected, not much flavor. My daughter had a cheese quesadilla from the kids menu, and later, when her dad asked how our lunch was, she said, "they figured out how to ruin a quesadilla!" It was soggy and not good. Too bad, because the location is nice, with a front patio to overlook the main drag. The girl working the counter was super friendly and personable.
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