We visited this restaurant for lunch. We ordetef vegetarian empanadas for appetizers that were wonderful - lentils and other vegetables enclosed in a sweet dough pastry served hot with a lemony picante sauce on the side (we liked it so much that we bought a jar to take home). For the main course, I had a skirt steak sandwich on a baguette that contained grilled veggies too. It was good, although the meat was slightly hard to chew and I ended up using a knife to cut it at the end. For my side I chose the sweet potato fries which were delicious. My wife got the quinoa salad - she was surprised when it was served HOT. It was delicious, but more like a pilaf dessert. It was sweet and topped with crunchy almonds. The food was good but I thought that prices were on the high side.
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