In my limmited experience El Parian does take the cake. Or I am pretty sure it does. I mean I went around 9:15 on a Wednesday night and the quality asada I got was a little off, and like it had been sitting around. They were actually trying to close as I walked in. Speaking of closed,god, the place looked completely wrapped up. I know other hounds have been fooled, but I truly thought it was abandoned until I went around back. Everything is perfect. The non descript look, the waitress, everything. JUST, WHAT TIME IS GOOD TO GO? When is it crowded? when is that meat just sizzling on the grill and filling the whole restaurant? All I know is I need to go back.
Also, a side note, has anyone tried the costillos (or whatever that huge hunk of meat with onions) at El Taurino? It looks bomb and like a lot of food for 12 bucks. Get back to me