Eduardo's is located in the center of downtown DeKalb and has a nice patio for eating/drinking outside. The bar area is good for catching a game and the dining room accommodates large groups easily.
I am just impressed that they offer a mockmeat option for their tacos/burritos/etc. It's a rare treat to get veganized Mexican food.
I had their vegetarian taco plate (ask for it without cheese, and without the rice, which is cooked in chicken broth) ($8.50). My server was extremely friendly and once I ordered the tacos, immediately informed me about the chicken broth in the rice, without me even asking. That's great service.
The dish consisted of three tacos (I got them with hard corn shells) filled with lettuce, tomatoes and the veggie chicken, which was more like a firmer, chewier type of tofu. It didn't have too much flavor on its own, but worked well in concert with the other ingredients of the taco. The dish also came with a side of refried beans (lard-free by default).
It was a good, standard Mexican meal. It would have been great if Eduardo's also had tofu sour cream and Daiya vegan cheese, but the veggie chicken is a good start.
If Eduardo's added seitan and fried tofu to the menu I'd come back more often.
Lastly, the free chips and salsa they give you were quite good. The chips were perfectly fresh and crispy and the salsa was fresh and spicy; too often do table salsas seem either flat, old or just imbalanced in taste (too spicy, too tart, too salty, etc.).