If you’re a Texas native who misses the American-Mexican mash-up cuisine of your homeland (or if you just love Tex-Mex food), Campos Tex-Mex has it all: fajitas, burritos, chalupas, chimichangas, tacos and more, all at reasonable prices. On the lighter side of things, try the taco salad or traditional tortilla soup. If you’re interested in all things meaty and cheesy, the Mexican bandera (Spanish for “flag”) dinner, made with three “colors” of enchiladas—cheese, beef and chicken—will leave you pleasantly stuffed. If you like a little variety, there are several combination plates available, and there’s a menu for the little amigos. Don’t forget to save room for the moist tres leches cake for dessert.