In the area for ski vacation from NYC. Stopped by for the family dinner, everyone was satisfied. The food tasted great, portions were large and service was amazing...
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There's always a good table waiting, and good service. The food is similar to most Mexican restaurants, but it has a much fresher taste. Their sides are a bit small, but fresh.
Brother Steve and I were wet and hungry after a long, rainy and beautiful hike in Shenandoah National Park. Atmosphere was warm and welcoming, service was pleasant, but the particular items we ordered were not excellent. My brother's chicken burrito lacked any other ingredients besides...More
After reading the reviews we were expecting better than your average Mexican restaurant. Don’t get me wrong, the food was good but nothing outstanding. I had carnitas and they weren’t seasoned. My husband had a combo plate with a tamale. He said it was the...More
This place has great atmosphere, good service and delicious food! Very reasonable prices. We had chicken chimichangas and a taco salad.
Visiting the Shenandoah national park we were pleasantly surprised by this unusually good restaurant in a nondescript place. The chips and salsa were truly delicious. We ordered quesadillas and enchiladas. The chicken in the enchilada was a little chewy and disappointing. But the sea food...More
Stopped on a whim for lunch and were pleasantly surprised! Great salsa and chips. Enchilada and taco were great! Very tasty! Save room for deep fried ice cream. Some of the best we've had!
I visited the restaurant for a business lunch and the place was packed. We were seated quickly and received chips, salsa and our drinks immediately. I had grilled chicken tacos, they were perfectly topped with fresh tomatoes and lettuce plus a side of guacamole. I...More