This tiny bistro has a lovely outdoor patio for dining in nice weather IF you can find the place. The entrance is inside a courtyard, and only one small "tent" sign at the street gives you any indication where it is. Once inside the small bistro is decorated in lively colors and artwork (for sale). The ambiance is casual and attracts a wide range of ages.
The menu has a variety of things from chicken to slow-cooked pork to beef, and all entrees come with a wide choice of veggies. Portion sizes are huge. And the veggie sides are huge as well, and all extremely fresh and tasty. The slow-cooked pork was delicious, as was the night's special - a pounded chicken breast stuffed with goat cheese, apricots, apples, sun dried tomatoes, & more.
The chocolate ancho chili torte was good, but lacked a chili kick. In fact, nothing was too terribly spicey so you need not fear the heat.
FULL bar, and I do mean full because they seemed to have every liquor you could imagine. Mojitos are a house specialty. They also had a wide selection of wines by the glass or bottle, and reasonably priced (by restaurant standards). Wait staff was exceptionally friendly and attentive without being obtrusive.
This was our first visit and we were pleased. We'll look forward to going back.