Patrons of this upscale Tex-Mex chain choose from a wide variety of dishes made with fresh ingredients.. In Short The decor is the star attraction with colonial-style architecture, vibrant murals of Mexican life, and stone statuary resembling a wealthy landowner's rural hacienda. Entrees include Tex-Mex staples--enchiladas and fajita tacos--with a few surprises such as bacon-wrapped beef tenderloin and grilled mahi mahi. Sweets include the creamy caramel-flavored dulce de leche cheesecake and the rich chocolate flan drizzled with Kahlua cream sauce.
Very good beef burrito.
I visited Abuelo's on a Thursday around noon for lunch in the month of February. My coworker and I didn't have to wait to get a seat. The waitress was polite, quick to take our order, and quick to fill up our drinks. I ordered the lunch beef burrito and it was delicious, not too spicy. My corworker order the Chimichanga and he liked it. I heard from the local people that it gets pretty busy at night. The place was just renovated, so it looks new and clean.