The co-owners of this suburban restaurant — Ivan Marquez, Victor Esquada and Gilbert Gutierrez — like Tex-Mex cuisine just fine. They just don't want to serve it. Esquada dismisses Americanized dishes such as crunchy tacos made with yellow cheese. Instead, this team puts the heritage of Mexico and Spain on display at the restaurant named for the iconoclastic artist Frida Kahlo. The ingredients are unusual and often unexpected, like the chile en nogada: poblano peppers stuffed with sautéed beef, chopped apple and plantain, and sliced almonds. In keeping with the restaurant's namesake, all of the dishes are also visually alluring. This is clearly not the restaurant for patrons who are starving for a taco platter or a burrito smothered in melted queso. And for anyone searching for dishes that are completely different, here they're works of art.