A surprising treat of authentic cuisine in a crowded shopping center right on Biscayne Blvd. Parking is tough (with rude, aggressive SoFla drivers), but once inside, it's a nice dining experience. Staff is very attentive (but does not speak fluent English, so you may need to ask a few ways to get the answer you're seeking). Ingredients obviously very fresh, flavorful and colorful. We went for a light late lunch and shared the octopus which was piping hot served in a small iron pot searing in oil with lots of browned/charred garlic and a few roasted red peppers. It was a generous appetizer portion, moist and flavorful. We shared a sopa of tomato base with fresh veggies and clam, mussel, shrimp and fish. The colors popped and flavors divine. We shared a chocolate mousse which was dense with chocolate bit served very cold (perhaps it had been prepped the day before and frozen?) so it was more the texture of a pudding than a mousse, but rich in chocolate flavor. Renee, the manager, came to the table to check on us and treated us to some port since it was our first time and he wanted us to return from Ft. Lauderdale. I'd definitely return and recommend. We had been enjoying route to the creperie in the same center and this was a welcome, surprise diversion and a great option amongst small chain outlets along Biscayne. I see why they're celebrating 25 years in business.