When my neighbor Linda and I went in here it was around 6:30 which is prime dinner time for the snow birds around here, but it seemed a little empty. This made me a little nervous considering Tarpon Springs is a hot zone for tourists especially around dinner time. The waiter that we had was pleasant and helpful, but not very social. He was there when we needed him and everything came as it should, but he didn't say much to us at all. This isn't a complaint considering she and I went to dinner to talk shop, but merely an observation.
She ended up ordering something called Pollio Fundido which was delicious. She said that it's the only place around that will make it. Pretty much it's a fajita without being all cut up. It comes as a whole chicken breast with green peppers, onions and cheese on top. Then it has a side of rice and tortilla shells to use.
When our meal came we both ate about half of the meal and decided to take the rest home. Their portions were a little bit bigger than most Mexican restaurants that I've been to.
They had a list of desserts, but I have to say that we couldn't even look at that portion of the menu after eating so much food for dinner. I will definitely come back to this place the next time I'm craving Mexican.