I've been curious about this place for a while, but avoided going into it because Seattle is not known for good latin food. The place is clean with an indteresting country decor. They serve burritos, tacos, enchilada, pupusas, fried plantains. I actually didn't know what to expect when I entered so I just had the Chile Releno Burrito. It was very good and big. It came with an interested sauce which was its famous house sauses, a variant of tomato and cheese. They served it with a spoon. This confused me because i didn't know whether i was supposed to spoon the sauce like a soup. I still don't know. But the burrito was very good. I saw someone ordering the pupusa and I thought it looked so good i would have to come back. There were a lot of locals coming in both latin and not. The owner and cashier doesn't speak any English, but the service was very good.