Luckily, our friend Heather asked if we would go and Drew caved in. Upon entering, we were warmly greeted by the owner and were seated in the back of the restaurant where they had Southwestern pictures hanging on the walls. A couple of us at the table thought that they could have been playing some Mexican music rather than the radio station to create a better ambience.
We sampled the appetizers that they had at the buffet. There were tortilla chips, mini tacos, and perhaps an empanada, but it was more like a cross between a pork pierogi and a sweet pot sticker.
A few people thought the margaritas were a little bit too salty, but were able to finish them with no problem.
I hate to say anything bad about a business that is starting a new venture, but it's going to take something like $1 margaritas for me to give them a second try. Lo siento Hunan Oshaka/Kento/Mexico City y feliz Cinco de Mayo!