My wife and I recently lunched at Cactus, which serves a mix of Central and South American dishes. Our first impression of Cactus -- reminds me of a Robert Irvine Restaurant Impossible makeover. Minimalist decor with pleasant yellow walls and lots of window space, creating a noon hour light, airy ambience. The food: for an appetizer we shared squash and goat cheese "Croquetas". "Excellent" -- we'll double the order next time. The entrees: My wife had a peruvian saute of beef sirloin with vegetables; we found this to be a bit greasy and rated this "good." I had the "Cubano" sandwich, with roast pork, bacon, avocado, cheese and pickled chiles--we both rated this sandwich as "very good." The wait staff were cheerful and efficient--and convenient parking at the restaurant is plus. Bottom line, we are looking forward to exploring Cactus' offerings further. (Website <www.cactusbistro.com>)
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