Ok, since you asked
We ordered a bunch of tacos and I think the beef was the best of the bunch. They were 25rmb or there was some deal for the sampler order of 3. The snapper ceviche was excellent, flavored with coconut milk and lime. A big miss, however, was the quesadilla, which turned out to be 4 tiny wedges with not so much cheese. That was not worth the 28rmb (or maybe it was even slightly more?)
Entrees ranged in the 120-180rmb range, so like everything else a bit on the pricey side. I shared the Chicken Casserole, which while tasty was not a 'casserole' in my definition, but more like a stew. It had shrimp and chicken in a chipotle adobe sauce with a few quesadillas on top. The 180rmb entree was the grilled steak. I can't remember if it was supposed to be a rib-eye cut. But, my friend ordered it medium-rare and it came out pretty bloody. So, he had to send it back to have it cooked longer.
We also ordered a handful of side dishes. Very small! The cumin spinach, refried beans dish (more like a meat chili), and 'potato of the day' (mashed potatoes with chopped olives) were all delicious. The 'picked vegetables' were pathetic though. A few chunks of boiled potato and cauliflower in a vinegary brine.
Using the Enjoy card for our 10% discount (which surprisingly was also off the two pitchers of Sangria), dinner for 6 was about $225 per person.
I'll definitely go back, despite the service issues. The food was good enough to warrant that (now that we know some dishes not to order). As 'authentic' Mexican as you can get in these parts...