Yellowtail ceviche, chicken mole, crab enchiladas and drinks were all very good. Guacamole was disappointing. Prices are high. The interior of the restaurant is a mongrel, a couple of discongruent styles mixed together. We got there early, so it wasn't too noisy or crowded.
The service was obnoxious. The waiter launched into a speech in which he told us about half of the items on the menu, without asking us if we wanted that kind of detailed advice, and not sparing his lavish praise for how delicious everything allegedly is. Later, he asked if everything tasted absolutely incredible. No, it was pretty good, but I certainly wouldn't go that far. This kind of "service" is not about helping customers enjoy their meal, it is salesmanship, pure and simple.
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