Enjoyed the tejadas. The beef was very tasty; it was served with black beans and rice, as well as green plantains. The enchiladas look more like empanadas, but also good. We had a party of 7 for lunch. They gladly set up an extra table for us. This was really good and I want to return for dinner.
The restaurant is small. Parking is on the street. It's not fancy, but you won't mind.
Options for vegetarians.
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