Ate there Saturday with my girlfriend. The food is fine. Ranging from great to okay. I was served by a 12-year-old girl (cute and nice, but insecure).
The place only had a few patrons for Saturday at 1:00pm. Ordered several dishes including chicken empanada, chile relleno, a meat pastele and yuca frita con chicharron.
Meat pastele was perfect. Delicious seasoned meat in a homemade tortilla fried.
Chicken empanada was okay (was sitting around a bit then nuked). Yuca frita was slightly underdone, and the chicharron was nuked.
The winner is the Chile Relleno. Perfect. Deliciously seasoned ground beef stuffed in a pepper lightly battered in eggwhites and flour with a creamy tomato based sauce.
The gentleman next to us ordered the seafood soup which looked phenomenal.
I'd like to give the place another try. It's a small mom, pop and daughter operation. Mom has heart and skill, but the limited parking and the temperature of establishment worry me (I had to keep my jacket on throughout the meal).
I'm going back for the seafood soup and the chile relleno.
My total bill including 2 cashew juices totaled $25 including tip.
When I went they no longer were serving seafood and only serving latin american fare.
Bottom line, if your a local and want to try something different by all means go for it and dress warmly. Not worth the travel though.