The lady love of Don Quixote is the namesake of this cozy, neighborhood joint which features International food that’s three or four step above the ordinary. The menu, created by chef Lucy Acuna, draws from a number of cultures featuring everything from mini-hamburgers to plates of the sour-cream like Italian cheese (burrata) sided by basil and tomatoes,  but, in general it’s the classic Mexican dishes that are the stars here. Especially good are the fried plantanos which come with a tasty salsa, refried beans and cream; and the tortilla soup, which is loaded with cheese and has just the right touch of spice. It may well be the best version of that dish I’ve ever tasted.  If you still have room for dessert, the brownie is a favorite. Tables fill up quickly so it's best to reserve a table in advance.  The setting is minimalist with half the tables on the street, half in a white-washed brick room with shiny wooden tables.