The menu is divided between traditional Tex-Mex dishes and interior Mexican specialties served in generous portions with colorful plate presentations.
Try this place for great enchiladas and popular flavored margaritas that should come with warning stickers: "Muy bueno!"
Try this place for great enchiladas and multiflavored margaritas that should come with warning stickers: "Muy bueno!"
Despite most Americans' unfamiliarity with the Balkans, the food won't seem the least bit foreign. It is simply prepared, with clean, fresh flavors that are as comforting as Grandma's Sunday pot roast. The Saturday-only rotisserie whole lamb is cooked over mesquite coals on a spit, seasoned only with salt.
This is your basic family-style Italian restaurant, where the portions are large, the prices are ridiculously low, and the quality is fine.
For weekday lunch try the tahli platter, with meat or vegetarian style, which includes nine items that change daily. Appetizers like Chicken 65, fried chicken morsels.
Pizza, yes, but the breads and pastries are the real stars of the show here. The sandwiches are impressive, too. Check the calendar for rotating daily specials such as the chocolate cherry bread.
Everything we've had has been amazingly good. Complex and richly layered sauces and superb breads form a large and unique menu.
Your waitress may resemble a runaway who's lost her clothing, but don't call the cops – just order the ribs.
All of your favorites are prepared fresh every day. Stick to the enchiladas and tacos.
When the gang's hungry, take a crowd to eat in or arrange to have them cater your next outdoor fish fry.
Some say it's got the best dim sum in town, with a full bar, wine, and sake. The choices include mostly Hong Kong and Cantonese classics.
You'll find the same big plates of gooey Tex-Mex goodness that lure you to the Barton Springs location, and quite a bit of the same atmosphere.
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