My first visit to the brightly colored restaurant was back in 2005, on a trip out to
Watson Chapel. We were looking for good eats and a comfortable place to sit down, and El Sol
offered both. That deep red salsa and gorgeous yellow housemade chips hooked us into returning again, and the reasonable prices ensured we’d frequent the place.
Lunches at El Sol are super reasonable. You can easily dine with an entrée and drink for less than $10. The El Sol Lunch Special is a cheese-filled battered and deep fried Poblano pepper (larger than a traditional chile relleno) served with guacamole salad, rice and beans. It’s plenty!