Great Orchata and Fajitas.
On a drive down Harrisburg this place called out to me so I tried it out for lunch. I ordered orchata, which can range from good to very watery, but the orchata here was first rate, very rich and thick.
I ordered the Charros Plate with beef and chicken cooked with peppers and cactus. It was a very generous portion, a huge pile of meat, guacomole, charro beans, rice, lettuce and cheese served with tortillas.
Much more than I could eat, but cooked simply and cooked well. The fresh peppers and cactus were an outstanding compliment to the juicy, smoky, meat.
On the downside they serve their obligatory chips with a so/so salsa and pretty nasty queso which tastes like something you'd pick up in a 1 gallon can at Sam's Club.