We were staying at Goliad State Park and I notice this Mexican Restaurant and it is a good example of you can'ttell a book by it's cover but you can tell a restaurant by its parking lot. Lots of vehicle in the lot, the food must be good and hot.
We sat down in a large well kept dining room and began studying our menu. It was all typical Tex-Mex fare and the prices were very reasonable.
The waitress came to our table for our order. I ordered first because it does not take me a long time for me to make up my mind. My order was simple, an enchilada plate with refried beans and Spanish rice.
Then she asked me a question that i have not heard in a long time, "Would you like onions with that?"
That my friend, is something you rarely hear anymore. Today, Mexican rarely include onions and unless it involves jalapeno, is rarely spicy hot.
If you a looking for good, basic Tex-Mex in the Goliad area, this is a good place to start.