My choice was Shrimp and Mushroom in garlic butter (my brain started to think of Shrimp Scampi which I love). While the shrimp was generous (7 large shrimp) and lots of mushrooms, there wasn't much of garlic-y flavor. (I remember halfway home in the car, I realized there was no 'flavor' lingering in my mouth. It was the mildest flavor. I didn't expect that from Mexican food. Heating the leftovers on the next day, the 'butter' was more orange than yellow, so I know there was an oil of some kind used, but not butter as I know it.) I did have an oily feeling in my mouth for quite a while after dinner.
Mexican rice also seemed healthier that white rice. Nice flavor. I wish I could say a more defined flavor was present, but I can't.
My husband had Mexicali Stir-Fry which he said tasted good. We aren't getting much more than that from him, but the amount served was enough for a full dinner the next day. For BOTH of us!
While we took some home, we decided to share the Dessert Burrito, which had caramel sauce and cinnamon sprinkled with a scoop of ice cream (which also had cinnamon dusted on it). It was filled with apple pie filling, rolled in a tortilla and fried. It made me think of a dessert I make with pie crust. I would have preferred it without the caramel sauce, as it was rather sweet.