The menu is ho-hum, typical Mexican-American fare seen in places like this where the majority of the clientele are suburban gringos who go nuts over anything that reminds them of their trip to Acapulco on spring break. Look to the large board on the wall. You might be able to spot more interesting items. This is the place to go if you're on a budget. After getting a basket of chips and two kinds of ordinary salsas, we ordered a round of cold beer.
I ordered the chicken enchilada dinner in mole (8.95.) It came with rice, beans and fixin's which were generic tasting. Everything was okay. Good but nothing inventive or different. Nicely presented and tasty, although bland. Although, I am not surprised. We distinctly hear people asking all the time, "Now, I don't want this spicy..." all the time in these suburban Mexican American places, especially here. Of course, they'll tone it down as a matter of practice.
A friend's open faced chicken Sope Dinner (8.75) with extra cheese fared much better. She wanted something light and fresh. She was pleased and it looked delicious. Generous portion of chicken, crisp lettuce and the slightly salty Mexican cheese made this dish. It was the star of the night. Someone else in our group ordered the Guisado De Puerco (8.75.) I've had this pork stew in green salsa before. It is pretty good but again, I thought the dish was rather tepid. It's as if someone just poured a bottle of green tomatillo salsa on top of some pork. I certainly hope more work went into the dish but that's the problem. I can't be sure.