A quick weekend bite
Getting to the restaurant was very easy no need to park on Main Street because they have their own parking to the side of the building. Walking in I was less than impressed with the cafeteria decor, but we were greeted with a big smile by our waitress and promptly seated. She brought us water without us even having to ask and they offer complimentary chips and salsa. At first bite I knew the salsa was homemade.
Let’s talk about the menu
I of course ordered a Sangria and my date for the afternoon had a Shirley Temple since he is only 7 years old. I love going on mommy and son dates with my little man. The sangria was nicely flavored with just enough sweetness. The chicken quesadilla is $16 which I personally think is a bit outrageous, the whole menu all together was pricey for what they offer. I ended up ordering the #33 Enchiladas suizas and the verde sauce was the best I have ever had and I am not even a fan of the green sauce. The food was scrumptious and the service was spectacular!
When I walked into the restroom I was greeted with cleaners. I feel for a place charging what they do they should at least put their cleaners in a closet and not the first thing you see when you walk into the bathroom. The whole establishment was very clean though. All in all I will probably never return, not because my experience was awful or because the food was bad because that is farthest from the truth. I think they need a much better ambiance to charge what they do for Mexican food. There are places with much better vibes in the actual heart of Bay Shore main street that is more reasonably priced.
The link is posted at the bottom feel free to check it out if you don’t mind paying a lot for Mexican food, everything was delicious. Something else I should mention is they couldn’t offer me a margarita at the time I visited because they didn’t have a liquor license due to it being expired.