I've been coming to Boca for 7 years, and although the food is in many ways similar to Anna's (including price-wise), I prefer that when you eat-in at Boca they give you proper plates and silverware (unlike at Anna's where you only get paper and plastic). My personal favorites are the Enchiladas (baked in a long-handled ceramic plate with lots of cheese—I usually ask for one chicken and one vegetable, with their delicious spicy green sauce). Another favorite is the Quesadillas— the Guacamole and Sour Cream cost extra, but it makes all the difference! Although I still miss their fresh pressed O.J., I've recently become a fan of their Horchata, a refreshing milky beverage made from rice, almonds and cinnamon, with just enough sugar that it's not too sweet. Very nice overall; probably due for a refresh (they haven't changed anything in the 7 years I've been going there) but still an excellent value for the price!
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