We thought a Latin restaurant in North Carolina sounded intresting... and it was. We had the "volcano" appetizer, which is hard to describe, but was good. (Not incredible, but good.) My husband had the paella. He liked it - but he's easy to please. I immediately was confused by the paella because the waiter promised it would take no more than 15 minutes. Traditional paella takes longer than that, of course. This was not paella out of a paella with fluffy saffon rice and a (sometimes) crispy bottom. It was more of a Spanish-inspired seafood stew with rice - a LOT of saffon colored liquid with some rice and seafood. Like I said, my husband liked it, but don't expect true paella if you order it. I had the chimichanga. I liked the way the tortilla was done - lightly fried and not greasy. But the filling was wayyyy too much unless you have a massive appetite. And, after a while, it all just started to taste the same. It was supposed to be a mix of chicken and chorizo and whatnot, but seemed like an awful lot of chicken. And because of the heavy seasoning, it was just over powering. To top it off, my husband had a mojito, which really just wasn't good - very bitter and an indetectible amount of alcohol. The severice was friendly and pretty decent. I would give this restaurant a try if you are inclined to like Latin fare. If you're really into Cuban food specifically, I noticed a Cuban restauran further up the road after we had dinner and I kind of wish we had tried it.