Rip off & poaches with an r in bathroom
I knew we should have left when we went into the ladies bathroom and the 4 little girls in there wouldnt go into one of the stalls because of the (it wont allow me to write a word that sounds like poaches) then my friend saw a couple of dead ones on the window sill. The food was ok but not nearly good enough for what they charge for it and not nearly enough food for the cost. We ordered fajitas and two kids cheese enchiladas and paid almost $50. They charge $1 for a very small condiment dish of watery sour cream which usually comes with fajitas, $1.50 for the same size dish of shredded cheese, neither is enough for even two fajitas. Both of the kids enchilada plates had refried beans the serving size of a .50 piece so we had to ask for more, $1.50 for you got it, a serving in the same small dishes that the sour cream & cheese came in so I told him they were not full and we would need more because neither of the girls liked the enchiladas and were filling up on beans, so they bring out a dish of beans in a bowl the size of a kids fist and charge $3.00 When we got tired of the grizzle in the fajita meat, watery sour cream & looking at dead poaches, I asked for the check and was dumbfounded. I asked our waiter about the charges so he went to get the manager who was automatically on defensive so you could tell it was something that they deal with on a continuous basis. Well, if you would serve food that deserves the prices, you dont have to be defensive. I for one do not mind spending $50 or more on great real mexican food, I do it all of the time but this place is a joke and one of the dirtiest, worst tasting food places I have ever eaten at & I even love small hole in the wall places, the bigger nicer places and any & everything imbetween everywhere I travel. After speaking with several people around San Antonio (unfortunately too late) and a couple of friends from here, they all gave very similar stories to mine. Maybe it was a bad night for them but again with about 10 people telling me the same thing, I dont think it was a single occurance. Choose wisely, you would be better off waiting to get into the mexican place down on the Riverwalk for an hour then going straight in this place. Which should have been another clue, great food usually causes a stir at 7ish on weekend and this place was dead except one graduation party that clearly waited to long to book any other place.