Really good tortas. Asada or carnitas or millanesa or whatever you get on good, crusty bread with a whole avacado slice, sauce, and...I think they put beans on it, too, but I can't quite remember. It's a sloppy sandwich to eat, but it's very tasty.
I've been there twice. The food was unspectacular and, both times, took a really really long time to get prepared (even though the restaurant was far from busy and I didn't order anything complicated).
Too bad. I had a good feeling about the place when I first walked in and really wanted to like it.