Not a place most would choose for Easter dinner, but just my wife and I decided to try a place that was new to us. El Guapo downtowm Tulsa in the Blue Dome district was not very crowded early on a Sunday for lunch.
The service was quick and attentive, but not overpowering. Drinks, chips/salsa, and appetizer Guacomole were brought promptly abd served efficiently. Drinks were filled without asking and entres arrived in timely manner.
The food was good, fresh guacomole and chips, the salsa was more picante style instead of usual chunky tomato which I enjoyed immensly with just enough spiciness to enhance taste. Entres of chicken enchiladas and salsa verde wet burrito were ample portions and appetizing to look at. Enchiladas were a bit bland, but not bad tasting. The hit was the salsa verde wet burrito filled with seasoned carnitas, rice, black beans, and cheese with guacomole and sour cream on the side. Verde sauce and melted queso covered the outside. The only thing that kept this selection from being it's best was lacking in temperature. The burrito was barely warm when served.
Overall, a good dinig experience and I would eat there again.
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