I had read good reviews but wasn't quite sure what we would get. It is a small place hidden in a strip of stores that you have to look for a bit. It's worth finding it. We were greeted by a very pleasant waitress you went our of her way to explain what was on the menu and what was in each thing. I had shredded beef and rice (Jasmine rice), a salad and some plantains. All wonderful. My wife had the Cuban sandwich. This good enough that we tried to go back again but they were closed when we had the time. The flan, made by the waitress' grandmother may be the best I ever had with a caramel sauce that was taken off at just that right time when the sugar is just starting to burn. The food it great, the serve is great and the price is very reasonable. Not fine dining but a definite place to stop.
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