Ordem e Delicioso!.
Had an order of the No. 5 Vegetarian Sandwich (~$9) w/mango smoothie: ricotta, carrots, corn, olives, avocado, jalapeno, lettuce, tomato and grilled onions on a hearty roll. Food was delicious, staff was kind, and the ambiance was unique (shaded and sunny seating).
This place is amazing! - - "FoodieGuy" doesn't know food.
I don't write reviews...but the review that dope gave was sooo far off that I had to do something to attempt to negate it - so here it goes.
This place rocks - killer tri-tip, amazing sauce. Overflowing quantities. The veggie sandwiches - try the Carnival - are fantastic and also overflowing. The music is great while you wait to take something to go, or sit and enjoy at one of the most unique places I've ever seen. The owner is great fun and will keep you entertained while you wait.
Overpriced average sandwiches.
It's basically a sandwich that looks big because the bread slices are huge and fluffy. The quality of the meat leaves much to be desired. The cilantro sauce is nice though. It's a "sack" and given the low quality, the prices are not justified. You might be fooled into thinking you are getting a good deal, but what you are really buying for $8.50 is a bellyful of dough..I will go elsewhere to spend my $8.50.
Eclectic, flag-bedecked sidewalk cafe famous for its authentic Brazilian tri-tip dishes serves sandwiches, salads and smoothies.. In Short This tiny cafe, easily overlooked in the corner of a parking lot despite its brightly colored trimmings, is a gem. The Brazilian owner and his team of chefs serve a variety of exotic sandwiches and salads (with names like "The Ipanema" and "The Bossanova") along with award-winning tri-tip dishes accented by house cilantro-garlic sauce. On hot days, a line of locals and tourists waiting for fresh mango smoothies stretches down the block.