August 24, 2002
As evidence of its shrewd changes in menu is the popular Vegetarian Portobello Quesadilla, an item that "locks" into not only the trend towards vegetarianism but also the increasing diversity of foods that have changed American taste. Their Carne Asada. Mexican Scampi and Halibut Filet are also good, and you can chose which of 3 sauces you wish with them. I’ve heard the Roasted Yucatan Chicken is also good I don’t like chicken all that much, so haven’t had it. All items are available for take-out and most of the dinner items range from $8.00 to $15.00.
Sunday brunches here attract the senior crowd especially to an array of seafood, chicken and steak, as well as burritos, chimichangas, and enchiladas. At the Sunday Brunch buffet, patrons can have omelets made to order and there’s a soup and salad bar, as well as flan and churros for the sweet tooth. They also feature vegetable fajitas and garden tostadas to further appeal to those who eschew meat.
Again, the acid test is that we’ve never had an unsatisfactory meal or poor service here. For those who don’t have calorie concerns, their "Muy Grande Platters" and all-you-can-eat buffet dining cater to those who have been coming here regularly for years. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 11 to 10; Fridays and Saturdays 11 to 11, and Sundays 10-10. And, Their margaritas are very good, I’ve been told. Their virgin Pina Coladas are very satisfying-always frosty cold and not too sweet.
From journal San Marcos CA- Foreign Food & Fun, Fast Forward