You gotta try at least one Mexican joint while you're in Texas, and from what we gathered from locals, this was one of the best joints. It should be noted that this place has some Salvadorian menu items as well, which we didn't try out, but looked pretty damn tasty. The food was really fresh, almost as if they got it from a local farmer's market. The service was above average. The only regret was that we weren't able to go here for brunch, cause I hear their breakfast menu is to die far.