The name translates to 'the brothers' but it should be the brothers, their mother and the rest of the family. This is all about homemade food served cafeteria style.
My fiancée and I come here regularly and I make a point of trying everything I see. The regulars like the pulled pork, salt cod, chicken or beef stew with rice and beans (yellow or white), plantains and yucca are all great but I do like to try something different. I haven't been dossapointed trying their tongue, liver or tripe stews. The only I didn't like was the gizzards.
If you want to go healthy then the pulled pork with steamed veggies and their homemade hot sauce is the way to go. The pork is moist and falls apart, while the veggies are simply cooked but fresh and delicious, the hot sauce makes it.
Oh and if their mom has made her fried chicken or chicken soup you have to try it, if only a couple of pieces or a half serve of the soup to share. Both are incredible.
An 'expensive' meal for my fiancée and I is ~$20. But that includes two plates (and I normally have two or three choices), drinks, a side (like an empanadas, fried pork or a little soup) so it's great value.
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