Call it what you will — a Mexican style, sliced up steak, a deconstructed burrito — fajitas are like a religion in Houston. People are devoted to them, zealously protective of them and pay homage to them frequently, especially at El Tiempo. With multiple locations throughout the city, El Tiempo has perfected the art of the fajita. Here, the sizzling, marinated tender strips of beef, chicken or pork can be ordered by the pound or half pound, with the option of toppings and add-ons like lobster, bacon wrapped shrimp or mesquite grilled quail. Served with rice and beans, pico de gallo, sour cream and cheese, the tortillas are hand-pressed and amazing as well. What takes these fajitas over the top, however, is when you order them as one of the "Parrillada, Mixtas." When you do so, they are served on a rectangular tabletop grill that you have to see to believe and is best described by one word: "Wow."