Good ensaïmadas, good pastry. And surprisingly really good coffee. Good prices, cozy and the waitresses are adorable. Yes, it's very old school; and yes the decor is nothing fancy, probably 40 years old. But honestly, it was so nice to have coffee and ensaïmada for 2 euros that you don't care about anything else.
Food is simply not good. Don't order the fish and chips, they're really poorly fried, breaded small fillets. The chips are frozen French fries. Sandwiches are bad as well, the "ciabatta" needed to be between quotation marks. Service is ok. Decor is whatever old school they want to call it. (And the seats were kind of uncomfortable)
Definitely a bargain (they have a good bunch of "Washingtonian Best Bargain Restaurant Awards" hanging). The sandwiches were fantastic: the döner kebab, the best of them and they make their pita in house, so worth it. Everything was done with love . And the owners were lovely with our two-month old bundle of joy. We'll be back for sure.