The last time we were there was New Year's Eve, but it's a fairly regular destination. The food is a step up from other places in town (though not quite at the level of its sister restaurant, Cucharamama). It does tend to get a little tight around the entrance which can get a little stressful when it's cold. Outside eating for a summer night is a really good experience although (through no fault of the restaurant) the sirens from the hospital can sometimes cut into the atmosphere.
All in all though we love coming here. The staff is very efficient but friendly, and across the board the food is good. You could easily make a whole meal out of the appetizers alone, but try to refrain a little and get a full meal. Like other BYOB places in town they'll make red or white sangria if you bring a bottle.
Overall, a little more casual than Cucharamama, which is good because depending on what mood you're in and how much you want to spend having the other option is very handy.
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