I have been going here for years. The food is delicious, and cheap. The salsa is homemade, and so good. I usually get the same thing every time, chilaquiles de puerco, which is a pork casserole dish. Chunks of pork mixed with crunchy tortilla strips, covered with red sauce and cheese topped with avocado, tomato slices and sour cream. It is the best, and I've never gotten it anywhere else in the area. The menu is varied much more than your typical tacos, burritos, and fajitas. I also love the fried sweet bananas with ice cream for desert.
The place is very small, but usually not crowded except on weekends. Not sure if they still do it, but they used to have a mariachi band play on Saturday nights.
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