Do people even say "to die for" any more? No matter. When it comes to the Camilo's dill tuna salad sandwich this saying, however passe, definitely applies. I'm not usually a fan of tuna sandwiches made at restaurants. I mean, if you're going to eat out, why not have something you can't make from a can at home? But from one of the first times I had lunch here, this particular menu item caught my eye. Finally, after trying a few other selections (and loving them all, by the way), I decided to try this sandwich. I've been absolutely hooked ever since. There's a delicate balance to knowing just how much dill is enough, and they get it right. Also, I don't usually like cheese with tuna, but somehow the slice they put on this sammich, along with tomato, romaine and a dollop each of mayo and mustard, is simply delectable! This selection comes with your choice of green salad or a pesto pasta salad on the side. I've had both, and I've enjoyed them equally. Another lunch favorite is the Santa Fe Chicken Salad, a nice blend of chicken, chiles, black beans tomatoes, lettuce and cotija cheese. Both of these selections are under $10 and I always end up with enough to take home for dinner, or for lunch the next day. I've been lucky enough to enjoy several dinners here as well, including the Pork Chop Normande, which features a roasted pork chop nestled in a bed of garlic mashed potatoes and was simply delicious. From time to time the service is a bit skittish - forgotten drinks, or a long wait for the cheque - but all in all, Camilo's a favorite of mine, a charming little slice of heaven right in the heart of Eagle Rock.
This little restaurant its the best kept secret around my neighborhood it's the best Salvadorian food I've had and i like to eat out and try new restaurant in and around were i live it's price right i even think that they don't charge enough for the quality and quantity of food they serve, and service they give i will go even if they charge more i have a Salvadorian restaurant right across the street from my house and i thought this was the best until i went to Bella Aguilas cafe last night i was very impress it was very clean it has an A on there window once you go and check out their menu you will be surprise of all they have to offer you will love it i guarantee it.
This small neighborhood restaurant is a home away from home for me. I have found the food to be consistently good with very few entrées over $10. The vegetables are always fresh and tasty. No one complains when you ask for a substitute. The owner is very cordial and has an extensive background in the food and beverage business. If you have not been there I highly recommend you give it a try. They are open 7 days a week; breakfast, lunch and dinner. And they recently redecorated the dining room.