The food here is served tapas-style—everything is appetizer size but plentiful, and relatively inexpensive. If you want a compendium of cuisines at one go, try the black-bean soup with cilantro sour cream, guava barbecue-glazed pork ribs, hazelnut-lemongrash fish, and spiced alligator bites. The wine list includes more than 35 wines from several countries, with all but a handful by the bottle and the glass, and 50+ craft beers. The restaurant is designed to resemble an artist's loft; artists paint at easels while diners take a culinary trip around the world. Belly dancers, flamenco dancers, Bolivian dancers, and African drummers are among the entertainers who perform in the evening. Thanks to a patio, diners can also share their small plates alfresco.
Jun 2, 2008
Good food but way over priced. For 2 people you will easily spend over $50. The portions are very small. This is a restaurant you might just want to eat at if you are looking for a snack. If you are really hungry this isn't this place to get full.