Not for Those Who Like Mexican Food.
It was easy to get a table - this may be due to any of the following issues:
The waitress did not explain that their "cheese dip" is the same goop served on nachos at little league concession stands or that our itemized receipt would include charges of $0.75 and $0.25 for salsa and lettuce, respectively. The price of menu items was not low enough to justify nickel-and-dime'ing us for what amounted to a pinch of condiments.
The decor in the Restaurant consisted of several clever adaptations of well-known paintings modified to include iguanas as well as generally festive, bright appointments giving a tropical cantina atmosphere. This in no way prepared me for entering the men's restroom. Imagine a high school boys' locker room - musty, warm, humid, with a reek of urine and no shortage of stains and peeling paint to identify the source of said reek. Had I gone to the restroom before ordering I would have paid for my drink, left, and saved myself from overpaying for disappointing food.
The dishes served should not have been called "Mexican" and barely warranted the title "Tex-Mex". Enchilada sauce looked and tasted similar to seasoning available in a can or at a fast-food restaurant rather than having the texture and flavor one would expect to accompany a $10 dish - I realize $10 is cheap, but compared to authentic Mexican restaurants the price is quite high.
If you're looking for a place to take a large group of youngsters for food without the risk of flavor or texture and an opportunity to pay dine-in prices for concession-stand quality food, The Salty Iguana is for you.