I'm never sure what to call this Mexican/Central America cuisine, but it's very good, and the quality hasn't declined in the four years since I last visited. Paper-thin tortilla chips with made-in-the-kitchen pico de gallo are a nice way to start, with maybe an appetizer (I prefer the mussels with a hint of ginger in the broth) before moving to the main menu. Generous portions on both the daily brunch menu featuring moderately-priced entrees (try the Omelette Acapulco or the Pescado Criollo), or on the main menu featuring seafood enchiladas or sizzling fajitas platters with chicken or beef. All are muy rico! Nine entrees, two appetizers and a couple of beers, came to just over $180 including tax and 20% tip. As I was leaving, I asked the waiter about the type of cuisine and he said El Salvador and TexMex. For me, this is better than most Mexican/Central American food I've eaten in other parts of the USA. Enjoy!
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