You wouldn't expect this place to be good, since it's situated in a row of restaurants where the waiters try to convince you to to come in. But the food was SO GOOD. I read some reviews in advance and they ring true - go for the risotto with the coconut milk, and don't miss the ceviche. We had the standard ceviche despite their attempt to upsell to a more expensive one, but the standard was so good I could only imagine what the better ones taste like. I'm not even a big fan of ceviche, but the fish was so fresh and they serve it with plantain chips (One bad note, they don't give you enough plantain chips and then over charge you for more, but it's worth it). The risotto is pretty heavy, but so flavorful. The shrimp in it are small, but not fishy. We also tried the black pasta which was great, but a little too much like the risotto with the shrimp and cream. We wished we had tried the chicken curry as people suggested. And, reviewers here are right...the mohitos are just awesome. They have a pretty wide window of happy hour so you'll most likely get it for about $5 (US) each. Lastly, the best part about this restaurant, in our opinion, was the location. The alley is full of restaurants just like it, it lit with fun, funky lights and musicians walk up and down playing for you. Very fun. Very delicious. Very reasonably priced.
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