I went there for only the second time on Saturday night, and found the whole experience better than expected.
I hadn't been there since the restaurant's early days, so I was expecting a huge wait and a fight for parking, neither of which happened. I'm not sure if this is a typical Saturday evening, or just a by-product of half-of-Austin making the trip to Dallas for OU weekend. Anyway, I was pleased.
For dinner, I took the waiter's advice and ordered the Camarones a la Parilla (shrimp wrapped in bacon and jalepeno strips). It was very good, but I'm not sure why the meal was served on a sizzling platter....it seemed the only thing this accomplished was to make the spanish rice continue to cook and stick to the platter. It didn't ruin the meal, but it seemed strange to sacrifice food quality for presentation.
My dining companions were equally pleased with their selections. One friend ordered the special that night, which was a very tasty catfish fillet breaded in I-forget-what, and fried. It was served over queso, which is why I suspect she ordered it, the cheese lover that she is. The other friend ordered the quesadillas, which are hard to screw up, regardless.
So all in all, I was pleased. Does anyone have any input on whether this was a typical Saturday night dining experience? Also, what are some other entree favorites?