I was surprised to read Jennifer S's review of the new, post-Peruvian Taita. We loved the Peruvian restaurant and were happy to put up with some of their eccentricities. It's not everywhere that you could get a good Pisco Sour and the other specialities were superb.
The new Mexican Taita is quite good, but also a little eccentric. All our dishes and drinks -- generous and properly potent margaritas, guacamole, grilled chicken, quesadillas, spicy stewed whole fish and delightfully lime-y grilled shrimp and tortillas were excellent and authentic.
But the restaurant shouldn't run out of ingredients for key dishes (such as calamares) early on a Saturday evening, they need to get their credit card situation together and also install fluent English speakers in greeter/serving positions.
Still, we'll definitely return and are confident they're on the right track. The food is excellent. The prices are fair.