I've been living in the States for about two years and a half. When my wife and I got here we decided to find a typical Colombian restaurant or food place where we could enjoy our famous buuelos, empanadas, pasteles or even buy some products that we certainly miss here such as Chocolisto, Sello Rojo Coffee, among others. Well, the first two times we went to this "bakery" we got a fair attention as the owner was not such a warm guy as we expected. Anyway, we bought some food and enjoyed it. But yesterday (12/26/07) we stopped by at Burlington Coat Factory and decided to visit this "bakery" again. I couldn't believe this lady was a colombian. She treated us like nothing. I asked her a few questions about the freshness of the buuelos and her answers were just like: whatever you see on display is what we have, and that's it! Later on another costumer walked in and she treated this guy on a different way (this guy was mexican). So my advise for people willing to visit this so called "colombian bakery": Don't do it. Food is low quality and people in charge have no idea of how to treat people from their own country... Shame on them.