El Rodeo - the yummy constant in an ever changing world. It may not seem fair to review a restaurant that you know like the back of your hand, though i decided if i were to depart from my standing order, that would be fair.
Frozen strawberry margaritas, chips and guacamole start off the fiesta. A few smokes and drinks later the meals arrive. I have ordered the Chalupa Texana - Fried corn tortilla topped with chicken, lettuce, cheese, sour cream, guac and tomatoes. Curiously enough, the menu lists this item as "lowfat". I think someone needs to explain this concept to the folks there.
It's good, the food is always delivered HOT and that's crucial for Mexican in my book. I still prefer some of my accustomed favorites, but i suppose it's alright to stray from the usual now and then. When it comes to food anyway.
Note: they don't really serve lobster at El Rodeo - this is just to pay homage to my magnificent sunburn. It's pretty bad when the person you are dining with has a coat on and requests a blanket, yet you are still sweating while downing frozen cocktails.