OK, Barbara Rosa plays a little hard to get. She's closed most of the time, she doesn't advertise, and you just have to believe that it's worth your time to keep checking to see if she's open. How you know is that while, normally she hangs a blanket over the restaurant sign, when she's open, the sign is uncovered. So, you walk up to this counter in this little old house and they have this enormous menu - it's a little daunting. How can this one older woman in the kitchen make all this stuff? She's also not particularly friendly (not unfriendly either, just not patient with menu readers who don't know what they want). Then, you get your food and you understand. Barbara Rosa is a miracle worker. The food there is awesome, and you KNOW she just made it because you could see her kitchen. And, her prices are reasonable. I'd give her 5 stars, except for all the wierd stuff with the blanket. I'd have liked to have eaten there more often, but she was never open.
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