Joined a friend at Ceiba for dinner during D.C.'s "Restaurant Week." Meals during this week included a starter, entree, and desert. Though my acquaintance's reservation was originally for one person, Ceiba found an extra seat for me. The space is impressive, though the tables are slightly crowded and noisy--would not have been as bad if they weren't so busy. The meal started w/a generous and enjoyable sampling of flatbread and a hummus-type spread made of beans spiced w/cumin. Our pre-meal cocktails included the retaurant's version of ginger beer w/a noticable touch of rum--very good--I had two. Our starters, both mixed greens, were satisfactory and not over-dressed. With the entrees, Ceiba did not cheep out just because it was restaurant week. Every entree on the menu, with the exception of the steak, was available for the $30.05 fixed price (the steak was only a few dollars more). My bouillabaisse was one of the best I've ever had, chock full of mussels, shrimp, a few other fish, and a half-tail of a small lobster. I ate every drop of the wonderfull broth. My friend had sea scallops w/serrano ham and not a crumb was left on her plate. We both skipped desert, opting instead for coffee and after dinner drinks. Service was fairly efficient. I had to look for the server a time or two, but the place was packed. Overall, Ceiba was above expectations and was one of the best meals I had in D.C. I would definately return.