This restaurant offers a cozy environment with a menu that offers all the traditional lenca cuisine. If you want to try different things, this is the place to go.
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We went here to watch the NCAA Finals game. Service was slow, food was average, and TVs had bad reception. I probably wouldn't go back there.
We ate here several times during our trip, and every meal was enjoyable. Meat, beans, and rice do feature heavily, so vegetarian diners will be hard pressed here. House-made pico and guacamole are excellent as well. The service can be a bit lacking at times,...More
We began with Fundido de queso which is the equivalent of cheese fondue with sausage. This was so good. The atmosphere of sharing authentic cuisine in an antique filled space with friends was memorable. We ordered the Parrillada Mixa for 6 even though we had...More
After running 10.3k of hills I was ready for coffee, cereal and the very fresh fruit platter. Yogurt and granola also hit the spot. Fresh local grown strawberry juice - yes give me the whole pitcher please. When I say coffee I don't mean just...More
I liked this place, antiques everywhere you should pay attention to the walls. The service was actually really good out waiter was attentive offered us and suggested some of the options with our dish. The food is of good quality, we ate Choros a type...More