“Hole in the Wall”
This restaurant was a little house that had the first floor converted into a restaurant. The Owners are also the chiefs. They are a nice couple. They spoke a little English. The restaurant has a big cooking area with four seats to sit at the counter. There is also a small table towards the back.
It seems to be a popular place among locals. When we went there, there was one person who (from how he was talking to the owners and from what he told us) was a regular, and a little while after we started eating a high school couple came in for a late lunch.
Everyone in the restaurant was very nice. When we got to the restaurant, the man sitting at the counter moved over so that we could also sit at the counter without sitting right next to him; without us even asking.
The food was very good, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to eat fresh food like the locals. It is also fairly close to a station, so even though it was raining, it was fairly convenient.