This restaurant was recommended by our hotel concierge. We were not disappointed. The menu, while not extremely long, does have a variety of options, ranging from traditional Latin dishes, to serviche, to sushi (with a Latin flair), to tapas, to flatbreads. We had the tortilla soup, which was excellent. For entrees, we had the Cuban Sushi Roll and the Vegetarian Empenada, with a chocolate tart for dessert, all of which was very good. The waitstaff were very friendly and attentive. The ambience, while somewhat eclectic, was interesting and fun (we understand that, since their opening, they toned down the wall colors to be less gaudy than they were originally). The prices were also reasonable.