The service was a bit slow but you’re in Key West - island time! Our waitress was very nice though. The Cuban bread and dipping sauces they bring out to start are to die for. My entree, the camarones en salsa criolla, featured fresh shrimp in a homemade Cuban Creole sauce, with sides of black beans, yellow rice, and plantains. It was absolutely delicious. There was a salsa band playing outside next to the patio where we were seated, which made for a fun atmosphere. The inside of the restaurant is decorated in a very cool & funky way. If you’re in Mallory Square for the sunset celebration, this is a great place to stop for dinner afterwards.