A small Mexican place that you might overlook.
Walking from the parking lot we tried to enter at the first door, which was locked. I thought perhaps it was closed, but decided to walk on to the other end of the building, where I found the door open. From outside, however, everything looked dark. This business could really benefit from better signage, or a brightly lit sign outside of the main entrance.
We were in the mood for steak, so I ordered carne ranchera (ranch style beef), which is beef strips with onions and bell peppers. We also got the Mexican-style New York steak, cooked to order, with rice and beans.
I think that my beef strips were a bit too heavy on the tomato sauce, and the spiciness was enough to make my nose run. It was still enjoyable, but I did not quite finish it. Rice and beans were about average.
[excerpt from a much more detailed review posted at the link below]