Came here for a late dinner on a weekday (close to closing) and was not refused service or rushed through my meal. Complimentary chips and salsa are given, but the chips seem stale. The iced tea (sweet) is too diluted with water and isn’t sweet. However, the main courses look brilliant.
The Pescado Azteca consists of mahi mahi with shrimp, scallops, mushrooms, spinach, and roasted peppers in a spinach and wine sauce, served with homemade mashed potatoes, $15.99. I tasted shells in a few of my scallops, but the rest of the dish is great. The mashed potatoes are nice and fluffy, the shrimp are jumbo sized, and the sauce goes well with the mashed potatoes.
They also have a variety of cheesecakes from Cheesecake Factory. I had a slice of Banana Foster for $6.99, and even though the cheesecake looks great on its own with swirls of caramel all over, it was served with fruits (strawberry and mango) and a side of whipped cream with a mint leaf. Beautiful, but I didn’t care for the fruit because they weren’t sweet.
Dim lighting, booths and tables available, good service, and has its own parking lot.