El Indio serves up authentic Mexican fare, complete with margarita specials. El Indio offers a large menu with…More everything from chiles rellenos and chalupas to burritos and quesadillas.
For the inexperienced diner, the menu includes a phonetic guide to pronouncing Mexican dishes. The guide spells out various items – tostaguac becomes tohs-tah-gwak – and explains what they are. Tostaguac, for instance, is a flat, crispy tortilla topped with beef, lettuce and guacamole.