Feeling I may have judged Tepatulco too harshly on my first visit a few weeks ago, I went again last Friday. It was...not bad. I didn't have the carne asada this time, but I had it before and it was...okay. As mentioned above, on my first trip I had the green mole and thought it was very good, but maybe I got it on a good night (it was, however, very consistent with the same sauce at Sol de Mexico).
My favorite dish was a pollo Milanesa, an extremely simple dish, just fried chicken breast, but the bird was the highly flavorful and dense Gunthrop variety, and it went extraordinarily well with a Mexican red wine we ordered (I believe the label was Calterra).
Clearly, this place has some service issues...stemming from the fact that it seems really frickin' crowded most of the time.
“We all have to stand before the kitchen gods.” Chef Jacob Sahaya Kumar Aruni