Ate here for lunch on a Saturday in July. Went with mom, sis, her partner.
When we entered, there were patrons at 2 other tables. I'm guessing they do a brisker business during the work week, at least for lunch. The place was very clean and well arranged. Nice El Salvadoran pictures on the walls, as well as "stuff" from that country.
I had the Chile Relleno. Most places use poblano peppers for this, which I don't really care for. However, they use a bell pepper. The filling was delicious, a mix of veggies and meat. The refried beans were a liquefied form; not just pureed, but really liquid - like a soup. But they were perfect for either dipping a fork-full of rice into, or dipping the thick little tortillas in. The rice also good on it's own.
Mom had a chicken breast on sour cream sauce. I've forgotten what sis & her partner had, but both enjoyed it. I drank Orchata, mom had water, and the sis pair had a fruit drink they liked a lot.
Overall, for all 4 of us, I think it came out to about $45, including tip. Not bad at all. Definitely worth a return trip - or two!!