This small chain's ownership has a nice story about founder Andrés Cárdenas Guitrón immigrating to America, working his way up from dishwasher to owner of 16 restaurants, and giving back to charitable interests in both the U.S. and Mexico. So congratulations and best wishes for further success. However, if there's a way to distinguish this place from any Azteca or hundreds of other apparently identical American Mexican restaurant across the country, someone is going to have to explain it to me. So it is not a bad stop -- you know what you're getting and you get a good quantity of reasonable food for your money. But if you aren't already nearby just seeking an average place, there aren't any distinguishing features to attract you.