I had a feeling that I should try this place before I brought people here. I wanted to love this place. I dont care if its dingy. Some of the best Hispanic food ive had was in the poorest of neighborhoods. The waitress was very nice. Because of her, im going to just make suggestions on necessary improvements. First, dont have a temper tantrum screaming two yr old running through the place. Second, salsa is not just tomatos with onions. You need cilantro, garlic and jalapeños. Your tortilla chips should be salted. Tacos should always be served with a little sour cream. There should be salt shakers on the table.And talking to someone about security and getting license plate numbers should never be heard by customers. Maybe i ordered the wrong things. The beef in the tacos had nice seasoning. But thats about it. I saw very few puerto rican dishes on the menu. Sorely disappointed.
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