On our recent visit for a light meal, we tried the black bean soup, the caesar salad, and the fish tacos. All dishes were fine. The caesar was nicely presented, but the corn bread croutons and the cheese-crusted wafer were strange additions. The black bean soup was good, but the chorizo was noticeably lacking (listed in the item description) which left the soup tasting a little more insipid than I hoped. Fish tacos were tasty. Despite these issues, the food served reflects an improved effort on Disney's part to serve appetizing food. In the past, it's been of the cruise ship variety, I think the quality reflects what one might be able to find off-property. Good call.
Management's welcome was pleasant; server service was fine.
Atmosphere is what one would expect at a Disney restaurant. Comfortable, but busy and abuzz with the sounds of the other guests.
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