While staying at El Panchan on a couple of occasions I mostly ate here. The menu is extensive, but the food is just okay. I tried the pastas, the mexi food and a calzone. The calzone was probably the best. The food was mostly just bland. The service was good but pretty slow even when I was the only one in the place. Mostly the waiters just wanted to hang out with each other. The entertainment was exceptional though! Great bands (or solo musicians) playing every time I was there, and the fire dancing was good too.
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