On Sept. 19th 2014 the young man who was obviously in training could not make change for a hundred dollar bill. After offering me many ones, I opted to use a credit card. I admit I was distracted with my 8 mos old son and stupidly never asked for my $100 bill back. After I got home I immediately realized the mistake and called and spoke to the manger. They of course are denying they have an extra $100 in the cash register. After four days of giving me the run around they claim to have a video tape of the cashier handing me back the bill to my left hand (I am right handed) but they refuse to allow me to see the tape. I have lived in town for over 20 years and my husband is a local physician. I have absolutely no reason to make up a story or cause trouble at a restaurant I frequent. I am very disappointed that the mangement has decided to cover up this thievery with a lie. Sadly, I will not be returning to this establishment.
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The worst experience I have ever had in the desert. The management are unprofessional and have no class. I will never go back and have told all my family and friends to tell their family and friends not to go. It was that bad. Possibly the worst dining experience I have ever had!
Hole in the wall yes, but Excellent! I took the host's advice and tried the pork with Verde sauce even though I normally don't like pork. white meat cooked just right with enough spice to take notice but not make you sweat. my wife loved her enchiladas too. just try it.
This should be called the "Hole-in-the Wall cafe." it's clean, but nothing to get dressed-up for.The food is terrific, and the prices are more th:n reasonable. I'll go back.