I too ate at this amazing place with my parents and family. My parents were also friends of the owners, but everyone who visited fell in love with the food and the wonderful people there. When we'd go for dinner I always would go back to the kitchen to watch the ladies. They all would feed me little tidbits and by the time dinner was on the table, I was pretty much full and about to pop. When we moved from El Centro and that awesome food, I was so very sad. Especially after I ordered a quesadilla somewhere else and got a cheese crisp. I live in San Diego and everytime we pass through I think of that food. I was told it had closed and that really made me sad. It was just a little place along a country road, but it was heaven to me!!