It’s bright pink, so therefore hard to miss on the town’s main drag. An entrance off the parking lot seems to direct you right into the kitchen, but a veer to the right lands you in the windowless but mural-adorned dining room. Kind ladies are quick with chips, salsa, and your drink while you check out the menu. (What’s this? A whole section of “lo-carb” plates!) If you’re not that hungry, pick something from the section labeled “Annabel’s Small Appetites.” But never fear, there are of plenty of choices for those who could eat a horse. Our low-carb chicken breast topped with cheese sauce was great, the table salsa making it even better. Even the screaming children failed (almost) to ruin the experience.