Easy to miss and small inside, Cantina Grill is not unlike many Mexican joints that have popped up in recent years. But it seems to have garnered a sizable following, and the restaurant is often packed with eager patrons likely drawn to the generous portions. The interior is colorful, if not terribly original. Before going straight to the taco and burrito offerings, whet your appetite with hearty tortilla soup ($2.99), or if you're not afraid to indulge, try the fried cheese ($1). The menu is simple, with most selections (burritos, taco platters, nachos, quesadillas, and rice bowls) similarly priced depending on the contents - pork ($6.29), ground beef ($6.49), chicken ($6.99), fish ($6.99), and steak ($7.49). The $5 beef burrito might be the best deal, and the Baja fish tacos are the newest menu items. Everything is served with chips and salsa. You can order all entrées with brown rice and refried beans. If you have room to spare, finish off with the fried cheesecake ($2.99).