Inca Express is the newest addition to the Inca family, which has been serving up fresh, authentic Mexican fare for more than a decade. An homage to generations-old family recipes, the dishes are chockfull of quality ingredients, zesty spices, and enough love to turn a wooden puppet into a real boy and a sock puppet into a foot, all served up with a side of quick and friendly service. Commence feeding with a round of cervezas ($2.75–3.25) and a side of velvety guac ($2.25) with chips and salsa ($3.95). Meat fans will have trouble choosing between carne asada and pollo asado tacos ($1.95 each) and a chicken Jalisco burrito smothered with green tomatillo sauce ($7.95). The Inca fajita platter's irresistible blend of chicken or steak sautéed with onions and peppers and plated with pico de gallo, cheese, rice, beans, sour cream, and guacamole will undoubtedly earn you an esteemed position in the Clean Plate Club ($9.95). If you're not as stuffed as a cartoon cat attached to a bike pump, indulge in a dessert of fried ice cream covered in cornflake crumbs, honey, and whipped cream ($3.95).