Nestled in the heart of Downtown Disney, this multi-level restaurant has multiple dining areas. The patio outside is great to grab food and enjoy the surrounding area. If dining outside is not what guests are looking for, the inside restaurant is perfect! The casual atmosphere with vibrant colors, Spanish tiles, wooden furniture, ceramic pottery, and Saturday performances by the Mariachi Divas bring the restaurant to life! Towards the back of the dining room guests can see fresh tortillas being made throughout the day. During the afternoons this location is pretty easy to walk in and get a table with less than a 10-minute wait. If you’re dining for dinner and have a large party, it is highly recommended to make advance reservations online or through the Disneyland App so your wait time can be reduced significantly. This is a very popular place during the evening and if you don’t have reservations it can sometimes be a little wait to get a table. For Tyler and I, in our past experiences, we didn’t make reservations and never had to wait longer than 30 minutes. The great thing about this restaurant is that you don’t have to be chained to the area. They simply text you when your table is available, so guests can walk around and do some shopping while they wait.
The menu is pretty straightforward and friendly to people who are not so familiar with Mexican cuisine. For those ceviche lovers out there, this place has five different kinds to choose from. If anyone out there has a gluten allergy like me, then definitely try out this place; this menu has several options that will blow you away! The prices are reasonable for being situated by a theme park and the portions alone will make up for them. From appetizers to entrees this menu ranges from $7 to $27, and some of these entrées can even be split between two people. If you’re worried about bringing the little ones along, don’t be, they have a kid-friendly menu and a person walking around making balloon animals.