The waitress was helpful in navigating the menu. Vegetarian items are clearly labeled on the menu and all of those items can be made vegan by removing the sour cream and the cheese. They have a cheese substitute (Daiya) that can be added to any dish for a 75¢ surcharge.
We were served chips and two versions of salsa, both relatively mild but also both extremely fresh and clearly made in-house and recently. For an appetizer, we ordered the cheese and avocado nachos. Although we try to avoid fake cheese as it isn’t all that healthy, we thought it would be a nice indulgence to try and the appetizer was enjoyable (though we probably didn’t need the appetizer and the complimentary basket of nachos). For entrees, we ordered the vegetable fajitas and the veggie combo (guac and veggie burrito, bean taco and cheese enchilada). We probably overdid it with Daiya here as well.
For dessert, they can make Mexican hot chocolate using almond milk, though they were out of almond milk that day—another reason to return!
This is a nice family-owned restaurant that has been in Toledo since 1968. There is a nice tribute to one of the founders of the restaurant, Ezekiel Villa, documenting his military service. The historical family photos add a nice touch to this vegan-friendly restaurant. No alcohol.