First of all, let me just say that everything on the menus is "A la carte". There are no "entree's" or "combo's on the menu. All items are priced individually, including chips and salsa which means your bill can add up very quickly. That being said, the quality and presentation of the food is very good. There is a good selection of (small) gourmet tacos to choose from, my favorite being the Shrimp which was set off by the mango salsa that was on it and was $3.75. The Queso cheese dip was excellent but for a small serving was an additional $7. Chips & salsa was yet another $4. The salsa was not anything special, pretty much a mild thick sauce with very little seasoning but the chips were good. The order of Cilantro Rice was another $3 but was not even half as good as the Cilantro rice at Chipotle so we would not order the rice again. So for two people to have two small taco's each splitting an order of rice, one order of chips to share, and one order of cheese dip to share, you're looking at close to a $30 lunch without drinks.
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