I can not eat there! not because i didnt want to but because they wouldnt serve me. The entry way is 4x7 i saw the sign "please wait here". Feeling akward standing there while the staff observed me and the resturant was praticaly empty. I walked to the cashier and asked if i was to stand there for service and replied yes. An elderly couple walked in behind me and said you just seat yourself and a waiter will come to your table. The waitress that walked by me a million times rushed the couple a menu. I sat there only to see how long it would take them to regonize me. When she finally gave in and tossed me a menu, i left of course. No telling what they might do to my salsa
Mexican FOOD? It you like Velveeta as one of the main ingredients in their dishes.
Salsa from a can, and sauces that are full of sugar. Sure they have tortillas, chips, and canned salsa, but that is just as Mexican as taco bell.
It is a shame too; most Mexican places here cater to white people with sweet sauces, no heat to their food, and limited selections.
If you want Mexican food, head over to Newport News, on Warwick north of oyster point rd. You'll find a Mexican grocery that serves home made food, and a few Mexican restaurants which comes close.
The best authentic Mexican Food in the area and very inexpensive.