My husband and I came here for a casual, leisurely lunch and we left agreeing that we would be back very soon. The place has simple decor and is clean inside. Maria, one of the co-owners, was very kind and welcoming. She prepared a drink called morir sonando (she translated it to us as "die dreaming"), which is blended milk with orange, banana, and sugar. It, like the plantains, Spanish rice with beans, and camarones picantes (shrimp, peppers, and onions in a spicy tomato sauce), was phenomenal. Go there, eat well, and no worries, it's very easy on the wallet.