We went there for a little Sunday lunch (November 10, 2013)
It was around 12 pm. The little restaurant was almost full and the whole time we were there, people kept on coming.
We took a chorizo cachito, a chicken ricotta cachito and a chocolate praline one.
I was a bit disappointed because they were out of the spinach ones, but it means that what they have that's available is fresh, and if we had waited 10 min, new ones were to be ready.
With the cachitos, they give you a mayo-sauce for dipping. It was really good.
I thought the cachitos could've been warmer (I love my food very hot), but my boyfriend thought they were fine.
One of the owner was there. She was very friendly, smilling and gave us a great service.
We wanted to try they sugar cane homemade lemonade. There was only the bottom of the tank left, so she gave it to us for free.
For me, just one cachitos would've been enough (though I was pleased I 'forced' myself to eat half the chocolate one because it was delicious).
After eating, we both felt full, though not stuffed.
We were happily surprised because I would've thought that the dough would've felt heavy, but not at all, it was very light.
They also have a nice coffee machine with which they make delicious lattés and espresso.
I will definitely go back since the spinach cachitos and I have some unfinished business to attend too.
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