The Horchata is really good, but the Carne Asada burrito with Guac, Sour Crème and Pico is excellent. The service leaves a bit to be desired, but the portions are huge. The place is kinda grungy, and has a real hole-in-the-wall feeling, but I keep going back because the food is first rate.
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