I haven't eaten there (I have my own favorite Mexican hole-in-the-walls that I prefer), but what I've done when I eat out at places like this is that I use the nutrition tracker to kind of recreate the meal with input from other users. For example, when you're adding your food, click on the box at the bottom that says something like "include food added by other users" and then try "mexican beans" or "mexican rice" and whatever else was included in that meal. You'll usually get a lot of hits, and just find one that seems about right. Sometimes the challenge is if they say "1 serving," you may not be able to tell how much a serving is. The reason to look as what other users have inputted instead of just getting beans and rice off of the SP nutrition info, is that often Mexican food has some extra lard in the beans, rice has been cooked with oil, etc. However, if you search SP's nutrition database, they might have a few of those kinds of things included.
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