It started with a generous pitcher of excellent mojitos and a fresh take on chips and salsa (included a bowl of ceviche), attended by friendly waitstaff and finished off with great food. This is not a typical mexican place. the food is more inventive but they give a nod to traditional mexican menu items, like burritos and enchiladas. the mole was very good with just the right amount of cacao and a hint of sweetness. the shrimp ceviche (re-ordered on our second visit) was plentiful an delicious. the lechon de honor (sp?) was the best of the lot. a pork dish subtly flavored and accompanied by fried plantains. Dinner for four with drinks, appetizer and four entrees was $80, a good deal.
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