Hubby and I chose to dine here for lunch before a recent ballet matinee, based on its proximity to Lincoln Center and on a recommendation from a friend. We enjoyed our meal very much.
Tableside guacamole was a treat (if a tad pricey as a shared appetizer), pitcher of sangria an indulgence (but worth it, enjoyed throughout our meal), and our entrees and dessert were delicious. Hubby had the chicken enchiladas, which were bathed in a delicious green sauce that I think was some sort of cilantro creme. I opted for the unusual pork belly and scallop tacos, which were tasty, and accompanied by yummy sides of pickled veggies, scrumptious creamed corn, and unusual beans. The tomatillo and pasilla sauces for the tortilla chips were so fresh and delicious, too!
Service was prompt and attentive, and waitstaff was well synchronized. I didn't think the food prices were terribly high for NYC, but at $35, the pitcher of sangria was a splurge! No matter, it was the best sangria we have had, and was a rare treat!