Service pleasant but very slow. We only ordered Tacos. Eventually, they brought out a server with cilantro, chopped onion, pisco de gallo, & peppers. When tacos finally came, they were lightly fried & only contained the meat filling. Never saw any cheese. They were very good. It is a colorful place with heavy furnishings. The menu told the story about the Huasteca people. They were unusual in that though they built cities & buildings, they did not wear any clothes!
Tables near us were being served fajitas. Which smelled really good. We were the only non-Hispanic guests at that time. So it really felt authentic.