We ate at El Eden upon the recommendation of our host, and were not disappointed. This restaurant is mostly for the seafood lover; however, 4 of the 5 in our party do not eat fish or seafood and there were options. For appetizer we had the bruschetta; a little strange, but good. One of our group had fresh fish and the lobster risotto; another had chicken with rice and beans, two had churrasco, one with the mushroom risotto, which was fantastic, and I had prime rib with french fries. We had a rum raisin bread pudding and chocolate cake for dessert. Everything was tasty, and the service was excellent.