Straight to it:
I ordered the Enchiladas Platter (Rojas). The rolled tortillas are suppose to be made with chicken inside, however, you can ask them to make this vegetarian version.
The salad served with the meal was pretty plain and seemed to be put there to fill empty space. The bean and cheese-filled tortillas were lacking in flavour. My friend was equally disappointed with his Chile Relleno for similar reasons. Overall? It reminded me too much of a microwaveable frozen meal.
For dessert, we shared the Gansito which is a cake soaked in milk and topped with icing.
The highlight of the evening was the dessert, which cheered us both up.
Now for the experience, Everything was normal, nothing extraordinary, until the bill came at which point our whole experience went downhill. The waiter had failed to mention that their debit and credit machines were not working, so they were only accepting cash. Apparently there was a sign. The front of the restaurant is made of sliding glass windows which were slid all the way to the left with 3 feet of window still standing with a bunch of event posters, articles and pictures. The sign was hand-written on a piece of paper and taped among these posters, which made it very easy to miss especially when the window is off to the side. When we were sitting at the table, my friend joked that it would be funny if the restaurant was cash-only because between the two of us we only had $20 in cash. So we glanced over at the counter, to be safe, and saw the visa and debit signs and ordered our food. When we went to pay our bill, the waiter told us about the situation. My friend checked his car, and found a few coins, and then I told the waiter I was gonna check my hiking bag in the car, but he looked uncomfortable. So I asked my friend to park in front of the eatery, and found some hidden cash - $5. Our bill was $40 not including tips. So my friend left to get cash from the bank while I waited. The whole time the waiter kept looking and I felt so awkward and a little embarrassed even though I knew it wasn't totally my fault. My friend returned with cash, we paid our bill, and the waiter didn't even utter a word of "Thanks" nor did he show any sign of appreciation for all we did, or any remorse for his mistake. I may have returned to try this place again, just to give it another try because the reviews were good, but this experience made sure that I will never return.
Lesson: Always check available payment methods, and make sure they are working before ordering!