One thing is certain—the instant you enter the restaurant, you’ll forget that you’re dining in a Sandy strip mall. Chef Vargas is a native Puerto Rican, so the food, not surprisingly, has a Puerto Rican slant. Tostones is a common Latin American side dish made from green plantains. These are mashed, formed into cups and filled with tender shredded beef. That same beef is the basis for the delicious ropa vieja: a big plate of beef, shredded and stewed in its own juices along with green peppers and onions, and served with white rice and a choice of black or red beans and either tostones or amarillos, crispy plantain chips sometimes also called maduros.