This is a tiny restaurant at the back of a Latino grocery store, with only a few tables, so we were happy to get seat for a Saturday lunch. I had a combo consisting of a bean and cheese pupusa, a corn tamale, and a rigua (a sweet corn pancake), all of which were delicious! The pupusa was especially nice; very soft and flavourful. The service was great - friendly and helpful, happy to share the culture of their food. I also had a horchata, a Latin rice milk beverage spiced with cinnamon, nuts, and vanilla. We'll definitely be going back, even though it is on the opposite side of the city from where we live.
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