Tim, Cassidy, Eva, & Kay posted on 03/22/2009
Rating & Review:
We went there to celebrate the third anniversary of Eva's adoption from Guatemala. Based on the lack of reviews, we were hesitant at first. In some reviews we saw the word "cafeteria" and "buffet"...not exactly what we were looking for. We walked in the side door which took us in front of a diner bar. At first it appeared this was the extent of the "cafeteria", but once we got to the end of the bar, a wonderful authentic Guatemalan restaurant opened up in front of us.
Our server was polite and attentive. The appetizers (papusa, tamale, enchilada) were good, expescially the papusa with beans and cheese). For entrees we shared the house special (carne asada with egg on top), churascos, and grilled chicken fajitas. We all ate until we were full and had enough leftover for our gracious host (cousin Kay) to eat after we head back to Orlando.
For dessert, you can't miss the Tres Leches - it was wonderful! My little Guatemalan princess wanted to lick the bowl, actually, she did.
posted on 07/07/2008
Rating & Review:
On vacation to Miami with my boyfriend, we stopped at this restaurant. It was wonderful! My boyfriend is from Guatemala, and I from the US, so I wanted to try something he was familiar with eating from his own country. We both liked it, in the 4 days we stayed in Miami, we ate here 6 times!
They have something for everyone, vegetarian, beer, meat, etc. They serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Delivery is also available.
They spoke English and Spanish.
Great food, we ate eggs, carnitas, pupusas, tamales de elote, horchata, Famosa cerveza, arroz, ensalada, etc.
The people were exceedingly friendly.
The food was affordable, and they fed you a lot for your money!