Just got back from lunch. We found it to be a very friendly place. When I explained to Lisel that I would like to brush up on my Spanish as we would be traveling to Southern California and Mexico in the near future, she made a point of very helpfully correcting my grammar, and the other patrons joined in, too :-)
My husband ordered a pork burrito off the menu, and I ordered what another patron was eating which turned out to be a very highly spiced goat and pasta soup that was not on the menu, the translation : "goat and chile consumme." We got exactly what we ordered, but found both dishes to be OK but nothing we would order again.
I also ordered a beverage another patron was drinking that looked interesting. It was a milkshake made with a mexican fruit that either I never heard of, or do not know the English translation. I thought is was delicious, but my husband did not care for it at all.
It certainly was an inexpensive meal, but for really wonderful, authentic Mexican food, we will stick to
El Serape on Skippack Pike in Bluebell which we and everyone we have taken there belive to be the best Mexican food ever tasted, whether in mexico, the southwest or anywhere.
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