We ate here twice. The first time we stopped by late on a Sunday afternoon and just split a pizza and had a drink. The second time we were in time to have their "Comida" or meal of the day. My husband and I had different meals, but both were good. I had an excellent salad and a really good pasta dish. They make their own bread and desserts in-house, and it shows. No Bimbo bread here! This is a family run establishment, and since the mother was an English teacher in a former life, the kids speak excellent English, and it is fun to talk with them. The daughter is the bread and pastry chef, the son a waiter, and the son-in-law the chef. We actually would have gone more often, but our timing didn't always click. They close early on Sundays and are closed on Mondays, so plan ahead.