I met a friend here for lunch who recommended it as she was fond of their sister restaurant in Cherry Creek. It was my first time to eat here. My friend ordered chips and salsa which came with four different kinds and all of those were good and fairly spicy. I initially ordered two tacos (each one being a separate order). They had an interesting menu with a large variety of tacos not typically found on most Mexican restaurants. I had the Langosta (lobster taco) and the Arrachera con chile relleno (hanger steak with a small stuffed chili relleno on the side). Both of those were very good, but also very small and did not fill me up so I ended up ordering another taco- the Al Pastor (pork with pineapple). Unfortunately I didn't care for that one as the pork was very bland. My friend thought the quality of the tacos were not as good as the Cherry Creek location where she has eaten many times. Each taco is around $5 each so not an inexpensive lunch. They have a huge selection of tequilas, but I didn't imbibe as it was a weekday lunch. The decor is interesting as it is decorated with Day of the Dead motif. My greatest complaint, however, besides the small portions and high price, would be the noise level. It was so loud that I couldn't hear the waitress or carry on a conversation with my friend across the table. For that reason I can't recommend this restaurant for getting together with friends.