The restaurant is wheelchair friendly in that the entrance is flat until you enter the establishment and see that the dining area is up some stairs. However, they have installed a metal ramp so wheelchairs can gain access albeit it was very steep. I don’t know how a power chair would do on it or even a scooter because it is so steep and so close to the door of the entrance.
The restaurant's parking lot is off of Caskie Street and it does have handicap spots with grids.
As for the handicap women’s restroom stall, it is more long than wide, so scooters and power chairs might find it difficult.
The seating is a combination of booths and tables with movable chairs and the aisles were wide enough for a wheelchair to pass without asking people to move.
The wait staff will bring the traditional basket of tortilla chips with two types of sauce; red salsa and ranch dressing. The ranch dressing was surprising and something I had not experienced before at a Mexican restaurant.
The meals we ordered were average in that the red sauce on the enchilada and tamale were bland and lacking in spices. The taco and tostada were crunchy but again the contents were just okay in that they didn’t have any special salsa or toppings; just lettuce and cheese. I was curious about the Menudo on the menu but they did not allow just a cup and so I will return to try it out another time.
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