We were looking to eat at a restaurant servicing culturally authentic food and were pretty pleased with Platos as it was the closest to our hotel. We were eager to get a table so we took a booth in the room with four booths, but I wish we would have eaten at a table with table cloths (picky, I know), but the lamp hung so low, I couldn't see my husband and it was a bit confining! The service was extremely slow, but there was a live singer (whom we couldn't see) and that helped pass the extra long wait time. Food was pretty tasty although side was lukewarm. They were out of many items on the menu. The "canoe" appetizers with veggies was very tasty. Champagne sangria was too. It is pricey for the food one received.