In a strip mall around the corner from an authentic Colombian bakery is this unassuming, plain Colombian restaurant. I'd seen their ad in a local Orlando travel magazine and had an urge to have some authentic Spanish food. I had some time before my flight so chose to head over. It was clear almost everyone in the restaurant at that time was of Latin heritage, as everyone was speaking Spanish. I ordered yucca fries (which came with an intriguing garlic sauce and were delicious, moist, not dry), fresh trout with tostones (fried green plantains) and salad. The fish was clearly fresh and moist (head, tail and all!), the tostones perfectly cooked - fried yet not greasy or raw inside as they can oftentimes be and even the salad, while nothing exotic, was good. I washed it all down with a Colombian beer and then a Colombian coffee. It was interesting to hear, as diners would pay and rise to exit, their waiter would say "Thank you, may you have a perfectly wonderful day and may God bless you!" I'd never experienced that before, and it sounded as sincere as the food was good. Bravo! I shall return.