We came here after having an unsuccessful attempt to have cheap seafood.
This place has a modern interior and creative menu presentation. It has a broad collection of Latin cuisine. On the menu customers can easily understand dishes since they come with optimal descriptions.
We ordered pandebono, ham croquettes, mini papas rellena, roast pork, churrasco and shredded beef. All three of us agreed their dishes were flavorful and cooked appropriately.
The only drawback was their ordering process. I fully understood the concept of fast food style, but without knowing how to pronounce their dishes, it significantly slowed down the process. If possible, they should adopt the method of pencil & paper, so customers can preselect their meal choices (including side dishes) and hand in the order sheet at the cashier. Thus, any language barrier or misunderstanding can be minimized.
If we are back to this area, we will visit this place again.
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