The last time I visited this location was when it was the Prickly Pear years ago. We loved it then, although the stairs can present a challenge to some. There is handicapped parking in the back and a ramp for those needing access. This building was once a church and is kind of off the beaten path right past downtown Mooresville, but that just adds to its charm.
The service was great on our visit, our food was brought very quickly and our waitress was very attentive and kind. The chips were fresh and warm and the salsa was very flavorful and just spicy enough. Also very fresh. We ordered a cheese dip as an appetizer and it was thick and creamy, very good!
Our dinners were also delicious. I got a platter with a taco, chile poblano and a tostada. All was delicious, but the taco was my favorite. The meat was spiced well and it surprisingly held together while I was eating it.
My kids got the Pollo con Crema and that was super good. The meat was seared just perfectly to give you the crispy brown bits but the chicken itself was very tender. The rice was also flavorful and fluffy.
We truly enjoyed our experience and can’t wait to return.
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