Great service, food was at the table quickly and it was hot. However I had a tamale as part of my meal that I believe was spoiled. The taste of it was horrible! Out server, Adam, immediately tried to rectify the situation, offering me something else, another plate, anything I wanted. He also alerted the manager, who promptly also offered. I am pleased about the way it was handled, with concern and professionally.
I ordered the beef fajita plate, which came with beans, rice, 2 flour tortillas, guacamole, salsa and corn chips. The meat was in large chunks, bland, obviously frozen (tasted of freezer burn) after whatever method it had originally been cooked, and finally, microwaved. The tortillas were store bought, old, and flaked apart. The guacamole was brown, the beans were not completely cooked. The rice was dry and tasted old. The salsa was actually very good and tasted fresh. The chips tasted fresh until I ran into some stale chips, so the old chips had obviously been mixed with the new. All in all, if you plan on eating more than salsa, I wouldn't recommend it.
This is truly the best Mexican food I've found in Odessa - and it's NOT Tex-Mex, hallelujah! The first week we discovered this place we went back 3 times. Everything we've eaten has been great, but you don't want to miss the beef fajitas! Also, the guacamole is ALWAYS excellent (and my husband is an avocado aficionado, so trust me on this), the salsa looks a little different, but tastes wonderful, and the Tres Leches is TO DIE FOR!! (And if your server tells you they are out, tell him/her to get you some out of the freezer and you'll just take it to go. It's better cold anyway!) Yes, the wait can be a little long (because lots of other people also like the food), but if you don't mind sitting in the bar, you'll get seated right away. (And it's never been overly smokey in there.) My husband and I own a local business, and this is one of the first place I recommend to our customers.