We went there because of an article in the New York Times. The place is small and local. Not much English. We ordered whatever they told us to eat and had a great time. Listen, this isn't a fine restaurant, this is a local place where the food might be hit or miss. But we enjoyed ourselves immensely. The owner ( a woman who speaks no English) communicated to us that she knew of the NYT article but had never seen it. We went back the next day and presented her with our copy, so if you go there and see it on the wall raise a glass to that reporter who found this local gem.
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