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Posted by Anonymous on 05/28/2007
The atmosphere was great! It was spacious....I didn't feel like I was sitting on top of another couple. I have to agree that it was pretty loud. I think I could've had a better conversation emailing my boyfriend than talking to him at the dinner table. The food was good.....really big portions....I think it could've been a bit more spicy, but overall good. If they could turn down the music a notch or two this place would be superb! Lastly, it's cheap! For two of us it was $60! You can't beat that in NYC.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/16/2007
Went there with the family we had a great time the music was kind of loud the food was great but the bar was even better nice night out. will do it again.
Posted by Extremely Satisfied on 05/16/2007
My family and I spent Mother's Day; the wait was long, but it was Mother's Day no reservations; the food was Excellent, the portions, Big; and the service, (again it was Mother's Day), was not bad. The prices are great, and we found on street parking.
Posted by Caramia on 05/15/2007
The appetizers were so much that we thought our entrees were brought out accidently. We found the food plentyful, except my Salmon w/fried Yuca. There was WAY more Yuca fries than Salmon. In comparison the Salmon was too small. Our only complaint was the Tres Leches cake for dessert. Way too moist.
Posted by Yvette Grajales on 05/05/2007
Well when we first walked in we had to jiggle our keys to the three girls in the front talking away so they could pay attention to us. We didn't have reservations so she said let me see if I can find something. She quickly came back and sat us down. To my surprise there were plenty of tables open throughout the night. The service was lousy. I had to ask after 6 minutes for plates so we could eat the food that they brought to our table. We also ate our appetizers with no dishes underneath us. No one came to our table to see if we needed anything. The food was ok. I've had better. Will I go there again? I will try again maybe it was fluke. But I wouldn't recommend it to any of my friends not just yet.
Posted by Upper Eazy Foodie on 04/29/2007
Was told a table would be an hour and a half and then as we were walking out was told we could be seated sooner? Sangria was watered down. Sirloin tasted like rare meat, chimichrui sauce had no flavor, fried shrimp appetizer tasted like airline food. It's a beautiful space with gorgeous waitresses and bartenders but the truth of the matter is if you think this food is even passable than you've never been to quality Latin American restaurant. This is bottom of the barrel, they should scrap the food and turn the space into just a bar.
Posted by Sophia on 04/26/2007
The food is tasty and the space is appealing, but the service lacks sophistication. Hostesses are rude and inattentive. Individuals are ignored when the walk in the door. We had a nice waiter, but perhaps he was inexperienced. We finished our meal, had not finished our bottle of wine when he came over check in hand to ask if we wanted to move to a private area (meaning up front by the bar area), we asked if he needed the table he said no and asked if we wanted anything else. Told him we were considering desert, but needed a few more minutes. We ultimately ordered dessert after five minutes. Desert came and we barely finished when he came over with the check again and placed it on the table. We inquired whether if we had asked for the check because we had not ordered coffee yet. Overall it is a nice space, but it is loud and still needs to learn a bit more about customer service. Unfortunately, we will not return.