This is a lovely family run restaurant.Its more on the rustic side than fancy but clean and cute. You can watch the whole family cooking in an open kitchen.
We had great stuffed and crumbed chicken breast, grilled shrimp and delicious black beans. The owner even shared her recipe for black beans with us, humoring our broken spanish.
There were a lot of locals who kept wishing us 'buen provecho' which took us a while to figure out. Everyone was so friendly!
The breakfast is also supposed to be amazing but did not end up trying it.
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