Mambo Cafe has a nice selection of latin food and american standards of burgers and sandwiches. My appetizer of Empanadilla carne ( shredded beef and cheese ) $ 2.00 each . Served deep fried and hot was tasty, accompanied with a bottle of hot sauce.
Also, my Empanaqilla pollo ( chicken and cheese ) Both were very good . I wish they would provide a spicy green or red salsa as a dipping sauce, other than just hot sauce.
My main course of Arepa con Carne Asada $ 15.00 dollars came with south of the border beef, flavorful , but a little more chewy than american beef, topped with medium sized shrimp and special house sauce. The corn cake was a big, thickish tortilla, made with corn. Over all very good, but next time I'll try fish, seafood, or something more adventurous.
Coffee and tea are $ 2.00, but not to be missed are the baked goods. I took home six pastries and really enjoyed them.
A clean, well laid out dining room, good food and good service. Mambo's is a must try when in the area.
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