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Beraca Restaurante Latino Restaurant Review: Beraca is a testament to the old adage, “You’ve got to have an edge.” In this case, the edge is Beraca’s honorable place as the only Honduran restaurant in town. The kitchen dishes up baleadas that alone might warrant a trip out to the suburbs: essentially a thick, warm flour tortilla folded in half to cradle a smear of fried red beans and sharp, crumbled cheese, gilded with a mellow, ivory-colored Honduran cream. You can watch the culinary staff pull, roll and griddle-cook each tortilla to order. If the food tastes mysteriously Thai-like, that may be because the two cuisines share a penchant for certain spices. Neither desserts nor alcohol are served. The service is so slow it can be an irritating experience. Insider’s tip: Pick up your order to go and enjoy it somewhere else.