May-ito, May-ito Not?

Last night on the way to HEB, we stopped at Mayitos for a little bit of Mexican food for dinner.  We walked in and it was obvious that there was a birthday party going on.  Later we realized that we likely had crashed the party, as the open sign was no longer lit up when we left.  Oops!  Mayito's was a tiny little place, but the food was decent and the waitresses were helpful.  We started with chips, salsa, and queso.  The salsa was pretty mild and not chunky at all.  The queso was smooth, creamy, and also mild.  The chips were crunchy and not overly salty.  We had a hard time deciding what we wanted to eat and eventually made our decisions.  I chose the chicken flautas served with rice and beans.  Mike picked the quesadilla, also served with rice and beans. 


Our food came pretty quickly and was tasty.  My flautas were nice and crunchy with the added bonus of sour cream, lettuce, and guacamole.  The rice and beans also had a great flavor.  The best part of our meal was definitely Mike's quesadilla.  It was cooked perfectly and the chicken was well seasoned. 


It was definitely an interesting dining experience for us.  Had we known there was a private event, we would have gone somewhere else.  Everyone was nice though, so it wasn't a bad evening.  The food was good, but not great.  I definitely want to try their tacos at some point to see if that is their specialty.