From the street you may think this is a tiny café, but its three stories tall. I recommend going up to the larger third floor dining room and sitting on the enclosed deck overlooking the 18th st. and a good bit of the Castro district. Our waitress was very friendly and the service was good. The real treat here is the food though. This is very good Latin American food at almost cheap prices. I started with maybe the best sangria I’ve ever tasted. Yum. I ordered Plantano Verde for $5 which was excellent and the presentation was very nice. I had Pollo en Mole $17 and it was delicious half a chicken with mole sauce and the cilantro rice was super. My partner had Pollo al Romero $16 (half chicken with olives lemon, fresh rosemary) served with spinach and cilantro rice. He loved every bite. My only complaint was the appetizers came only a few seconds before the main courses which was awkward, but everything was so good, so inexpensive and friendly that the overall experience was delightful. I can’t wait to go back and take friends the next time I’m in San Francisco.
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