The great food, the friendly staff and the great company made it a terrific experience that I hope will be repeated soon again. Until I go there again, I can enjoy the leftovers from the big portion of bacon wrapped prawn that I could make into a burrito I had when I was there. My new favorite dish.
As a tourist in Oregon, I was looking for restaurants in the Eugene area. I had narrowed it down to two options: this one and a nearby Chinese restaurant. Ultimately, I chose this restaurant. Despite the hot weather outside, I noticed that there were plenty of parking spaces available, even during what Google Maps described as the busiest time. The entrance was inviting, not overly bright or distracting. As I stepped through the door, a pleasant cool breeze greeted me – not too cold to require a jacket, but just a comfortable temperature. The air was filled with a delicious aroma of food. There was a cushioned bench where you could wait to be seated, but the staff members were exceptional and promptly found me a nice table. The interior space was surprisingly large, offering more room than you might expect based on the exterior. The walls had beautiful paintings depicting scenic views, instantly transporting me from Eugene to Mexico. The restroom facilities were also well-maintained and of high quality. Once seated, the staff promptly handed me a menu, which featured a wide variety of authentic dishes accompanied by helpful images. Along with the menu, I was served a fancy glass of ice-cold water and a generous portion of delicious tortilla chips, accompanied by two flavorful bowls of salsa. The salsa had a bit of a spicy kick to it, which only enhanced the overall flavor. The staff later took my order with efficiency and professionalism, ensuring that my food was served as quickly as possible. I ordered the chicken fajitas and chose jamaica (hibiscus) as my drink. The fajitas arrived with a plate of beans, rice, guacamole, sour cream, pico de Gallo, and other delicious sides. The jamaica drink was refreshingly flavorful, surpassing the taste of the ones I usually brew at home. The food itself was excellent, and I believe this restaurant to be one of the best hidden gems for authentic cuisine. They even have a kids' menu, creating a family-friendly atmosphere, and the staff are proficient in both Spanish and English. The presentation of the dishes was top-notch, with the food sizzling straight from the kitchen. Overall, I wholeheartedly recommend this restaurant. It offers a great vibe with background music, friendly and bilingual staff, and outstanding food. Overall, I give this restaurant my highest recommendation.
Amazing food and beautiful decor. Serving staff was lovely and super helpful and the kitchen cooked up some great meals.
A hidden gem in Eugene! I’ve been multiple times over the course of 4 years, the service is always extremely quick, clean, and excellent margs that are HUGE! Great prices, never wait to be seated, highly recommend.
This is a great restaurant. The prices are a little steep, it's around $20 per plate of food. The food I got was good, the tortilla chips are house made and very delicious. You get the obligatory chips and salsa when you arrive, and the salsa is yummy: it's just the right amount of spice and tons of flavor. I had a margarita, which was $12. Their well margaritas are about $9.75. I'll be coming back but not as frequently because of the price. I came back and got enchiladas and a taco. I was very sad because my enchilada was bland and the taco came in a hard shell-I expected a corn tortilla. The chicken inside both was really bland. I was disappointed in my second trip there. The Cadillac margarita was delicious, so it wasn't a total bust.
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