On a whim, I decided to try this new (almost) mexican restaurant tired of the same ole taqueria I was going to. When I arrived the front of the restaurant looked dark but fortunately it was opened (7pmish). I was the only customer and thought, oh boy this may be a mistake. I was mistaken - the service was excellent for take out orders and the food was fresh and flavorful.My brother wanted a carne asada super burrito (6.95) and stated it was really good. The super burritos are served "wet" with a choice of green or red sauce. The red sauce had the right spice and was very good. I ordered the fajita de camerones, without beans,for $9.956. They were very good, nice spice, flavorfull - the camerones were moist and not overcooked, it had three colors of grilled bell pepper (red, yellow and green) and grilled onions, the spanish rice was very good and the side of sliced iceberg lettuce, tomato, guacamole and sour cream - again very fresh. The only set back was they only gave me two flour tortillas - I needed four - as the amounts were generous and two more tortillas would have rounded out the meal. I tried the salsa bar - the pica de gallo was very good, a nice spicy red sauce and the green tomatillo salsa tasted home made - all very good. The restaurant itself has two flat screen tvs on each side, at the time I was there only one was on and I noted the front lights had been dimmed down - maybe the time of day (7:00 ish pm) or saving energy. Nice tile floor - everything was very clean and the restroom was at the back of the restaurant well lit. There was a sandwich board stated Happy Hour was 4-7pm and I must go back there to try out the a Happy Hour prices and food.