We discovered cloth-covered tables, interesting art from a local artist, and soft latin music in Latino Flavor. The location is in the little strip mall at the intersection of Rt 9 and Stafford Avenue that also includes Fusaro's Pizza (great pies) and Mueller's Bakery. Hours are from 10 until 8.
The menu was varied and demands return trips. Yes, there are tacos and quesadillas. But there are also paella, scallops, slow braised flank steaks and several great looking chicken items.
We received a basket of fried plantains and dipping sauce when we were seated. I asked if it was possible to get some grilled chorizo even if it wasn't on the menu and the answer was yes. Soup or salad was included. Both were special. The chicken soup had large amounts of shredded chicken in a well-flavored stock. My salad had jicama, greens, fruits and a great dressing. Our two entrees were the Latino Scallops (pan seared with a mango sauce) and Mojo Pork Chops. It was a tough choice because there were so many interesting options.
The menu shows lunch sandwiches, vegetarian dishes, salads, etc and a lot of unusual sides. This place demands return trips just to explore the menu.
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