The restaurant is labelled as having Latin Fusion Cuisine and is a great mix. The menu is extensive and we only had room to sample a small amount of it. The menu is clear and includes pictures to help in your choices.
We were interested in the Green Ceviche and our server was kind enough to enlighten us what made it green. It was a seafood ceviche with fresh avocado. The ceviche was fresh with the tang of lime juice and the fish and squid and shrimp were tasty along with the perfectly ripe avocado.
Surrounding the dish were hot thin fried plantains that gave a nice hint of sweetness to the dish. It is a generous portion so we split the entree.
Our entree was the Paella Valenciana which arrived after a small wait. It was served in a cast aluminum pot and when the top was taken off reveal an inviting aroma and mix of seafood , sausage and chicken. The rice was firm and golden and there was plenty for two as well as left overs. There was a large clam, some mussels, many large juicy shrimp as well as a mildly spicy sausage and strips of chicken. It was hard to stop as it was so good.
We did not have room for dessert so decided to order a tiramisu cake to go.
Our server was helpful and friendly throughout our meal. She made it a warm pleasant experience.