We could not have been more pleased with the modernist interior, the service, the food, or the drinks at Mi Cocina. From the vibrant salsa (which accompanied stellar thin crispy chips) to the  satiny flan, we dined on some of the best Tex-Mex we’ve had in recent times and were well cared for by a highly entertaining waiter. The shrimp brochettes (bacon-wrapped and tricked out with jalapeño slivers) came dipped into a creamy poblano queso, making a meal in themselves, along with guacamole and melted cheese in a whole poblano on the side. Fajitas, both beef and chicken, arrived moist and thoughtfully thin-cut, blanketing grilled onions and some curious but tasty potato slices. The tortillas were terrific, and the Sunset Enchiladas—wow! The chicken and beef versions rivaled any we’ve tasted in ages. To our immense surprise, the original restaurant hails from Dallas, where it has been a mainstay for years.