I had heard of this restaurant and passed by, so wanted to try. The name and advertising perhaps raised my expectations too high, because I was expecting more unique Latin American foods. Largely, they have food that Americans are used to, like tacos, burritos, and salads. I was hoping for Venezuelan arepas or pabellon criollo, or Cuban ropa vieja, or similar, but was disappointed.
It's like a food court in that you go in and visit different areas within the restaurant where you order, like at a food court. You get your items and carry them to a table to eat. Unlike a mall food court, you don't pay each vendor; they swipe a card that you're given at the entrance, and then you pay for everything purchased from all vendors at the end.
There is a nice seating area in the back. You clear your own tables, so it is also food-courty in that way; not like a restaurant. Given that this is so much of a food court, I thought it was a bit pricey for what you got. The food tasted good but it was not terribly unique. I'm glad I went once, but don't anticipate going back because there are so many other good choices in Chicago's loop.
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