Go if you like cheese, but don't bring company..
The reviews I'd seen sounded pretty good, so I brought a collague. Stark environment, staff too busy speaking Portuguese on the phone to speak directly to us, or to take our order within seven minutes. When we did finally order, the food - obfuscated by a whole lot of cheese. Lots and lots of cheese - was brought out in reasonable time. When attempting to add some watery salsa for color and flavor, a chunk tomato caught in field-modified ketchup bottle caused its contents to explode all over my friend's white shirt.
After the meal, we couldn't tell if they took credit cards, partly because it wasn't displayed, also because the check was a receipt presented without a check persenter and mostly because the only person we could ask was STILL talking on the phone, looking out the window, and generally avoiding eye contact.
Not terrible, but not returning. OK for lunch - alone - when you have lots of time to sit in an uncomfortable booth.
The Globe-Miami touch. The food is always excellent up and down the menu. The enchiladas, bean burros and chili rellenos are particularly good. Service can be a little slow and the prices a little high when compared to some Mexican Food restaurants.