I had lunch here a few days ago. I only ate a bite of my boyfriend's ruben sandwich, and every tasty morsel of my west of Andes sandwich, with beef tenderloin. Both were delicious. The ruben, according to my ruben-expert boyfriend, was not the traditional sandwich but he found their interpretation of it tasty and harmonious. I am less of a sandwich specialist but what struck me about his was how moist the meat was, full of flavor, and fresh, it tasted. As for my beef tenderloin, I have absolutely no complaints. The bread was toasty on the surface, soft inside, the meat was lean, soft and chewy, and seasoned and cooked in a bit of oil (but not oily). I don't recall very clearly the salad that came as a side with my sandwich, except that the leaves were fresh and intact, not wilted or black. My six other lunch companions gave hearty thumbs up evaluations of their food and drink, so I would say that it was 100% satisfaction for our table.
Pros: Great food, comfy atmosphere, friendly staff
Cons: I can't think of any!