We have been to Sonora twice recently, once with friends and once with family both times we had very tasty well presented meals.
Overall the menu seeks to survey the cuisines of Latin America with different dishes attributed to different countries or regions with options divided into Tapas and Dinner. Both times we started with the guacamole. It is a wonderful starter that is prepared at the table with fresh lime and cilantro. My wife enjoyed a light plate of skirt steak on a focaccia style bread. I greatly enjoyed the red snapper. My sons had the short rib and the stuffed chicken breast. I strongly recommend a side of fried plantains -- we like the sweet. They were well prepared and presented.
The wait staff is very attentive and friendly. A small complaint was that they were hanging out chatting in the dining room as we arrived somewhat early and the waiters were not busy. The restaurant has a moderately size dining room, with smaller sitting areas near the bar and an enclosed terrace. It is painted to resemble sandstone with replicas of the Nazca Lines -- lines carved into the plains of Peru that form images when viewed from altitude. The restaurant filled up pretty nicely by 7:00 both times we were there. The first time, it got a bit noisy.
Overall, it was a very pleasant meal with fresh food prepared in an innovative way.
Including a double guacamole, a double chocolate fondue, 2 drinks, plus entrees, $250
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