The moment you step inside, you will see signs that say to try their famous malsadas; listen to the signs! They were hot, well filled, and just plain good! Even better, is that you can sit around a window, eat, and watch them actually make the malsadas from scratch.
The food is equally good, and reasonably priced. Burgers are served on buns a few levels higher than your ordinary fast food place, and he flavor was all there. Friend had teriyaki beef sandwich, and raved about it!
Just note that you can easily miss the restaurant from the road (main road, or the side street you actually enter from), as the restaurant is in the back part of the building, and the sign sits up at the main road. As this writing (mid-November '13), there was some construction going on in the front of the building, and there's no obvious signs.
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