This place serves Mexican and El Salvadorean food. We decided we'd try the El Salvadorean dishes. We started with the pasteles and tamal de elote. Both were delicious. The tamal was so delicious, we got some to go. They're served with sour cream.
My husband ordered COMBINACION GUANACA, which was beef with two eggs, Salvadorean cheese, fried plantain, avocado, rice, refried beans & two tortillas. A very generous serving size. I ordered lomo saltado, which was also very generously sized. I had plenty to take home for leftovers. Along with the meal, they offer three kinds of tortillas--flour, corn, or "homemade." We went with the homemade tortillas, which were very dense and tasted like they were made with cornmeal--sort of like pupusas without the stuffing.Oh, and the refried beans were delicious--I usually leave them on the plate, but they were so good I took the leftovers home.
They have a full bar and a nice assortment of beers. My husband ordered a Salvadorean beer.
Everything was delicious, the dining room was clean, and the waitress was very friendly and efficient. We'll definitely return.
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