For some reason, we always forget about this restaurant when talking about where to eat. We really shouldn't, and I was reminded of that today.
We went there today and had a delcious meal! They've got a good selection of Mexican beer and one from El Salvador, which was tasty.
We tried pupusa for the first time...Homeboy pupusa revuelta (cheese and chicharron) and I got one with cheese and some sort of vegetable. Reminded me of chaya, but neither I nor my hubby had heard of it before. They give you gigantic portions for a very low price (entrees between 8 and 13) with meat, beans, rice, and salad. The tortillas are made there and very thick.
And they take credit/debit cards! Quite busy on Sunday afternoons with families and single men.