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4 based on 13 reviews
Wowee I was excited to see the menu as it has been a while since I've eaten Venezuelan cuisine so I was eager to try a bit of everything: tequenos, arepas, cachapas, chicha, and the cuban sandwich. The cachapas (shredded beef y queso) and the arepas (chicken-avocado) were my faves but whenever they serve the chicken avocado arepas, go for it!!!!!!
4 based on 8 reviews
Humble kitchen offering Mexican standards such as tacos, burritos, quesadillas, sopes & enchiladas, plus a salsa bar. We also have Salvadorian food
My another successful experiment with Mexican food. I tried them during my recent DC trip for dinner and everyone in my group was impressed with their food.Everything we ordered was absolutely fresh and was great in quantity. We couldn't finish one full Burrito as we were already full with other dishes. The place looks small and from outside sometimes you may miss this place as there is no big banner or poster showing their presence. You may need to struggle a bit for parking as well as they don't have many parking spaces but the nearby lanes have enough parking spaces and there are couple of public schools and Church also where you can park.The look of the restaurant from outside is pure Mexican and you don't have much seating available as most of the people I saw were taking the food to go but there are place to sit around 10-15 people.The lady taking orders is very nice. She explains you about the Menu and the dishes. In fact, I ordered three Sodas and while billing she adjusted two of them with my burritos and I was not charged for them while I was unaware of the deal. Shows their good customer service and honesty.All in all I loved this place, they may not have the best of the interiors or an expensive ambience but their food is good to cover everything.I am definitely going to them whenever I am in this area.
I love the pupusas here - but have had little else. Fried plantains are good too. My Spanish is non-existant and not all of the staff speaks English well, so sometimes we have trouble communicating. They serve on disposable Styrofoam with plastic utensils - no liquor license.
First I am very sorry that some have not had a good experience, but remember that the experience also depends on the attitude one has and the patience when going to a restaurant as busy as Comedor and Pupuseria San Alejo. Second I visit with my friends very regularly the restaurant and has always been excellent for the friendly attention of waitresses and the quality of the food, always fresh, with good taste and at a good price. Although in all restaurants there is always something that does not work out well, I recommend that it is better to wait in San Alejo. One thing I can recommend is that you place your order for a while before arriving over the weekend. The restaurant is the busiest in the area at the moment. And last when I go to a restaurant, be relaxed, be patient and enjoy with a good attitude that life is one and you have to enjoy it in the best way and I say again in San Alejo you can have a good time and eat well.
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