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4447 North Central Expressway, Ste 100, Dallas, TX | Directions 7520532.820386 -96.787559
Neighborhoods: Oak Lawn
Another success! Sleek & Sophisticated – I've been a handful of times, and it looks like the Borgas have another success on their hands. The decor is sleek and sophisticated. I've sampled probably half the offerings on the menu (most through nipping bites from friends' plates), and have yet to be disappointed. Favorites include the shrimp volcanes and the fried rice. Definitely order the Shaken Mariana, a delightful drink that my friends and I call Sunshine in a Glass. -Van P
Wow what an amazing brunch! – LOVED the volcanos! They are baked corn tortillas w/ avaco, beans salsa and meat and cheese.... I chose lobster that melted in my mouth. The atmosphere is light and airy and has a mix of spain and mexico. Try the Gorditas too is an amazing egg dish!
When I got to the restaurant tonight at 6:30 (Tuesday) there was only one table taken and approximately 3 to 4 people at the bar. When I told the hostess that I wanted a table for two but that my friend would not be there for a while and I'd like to be seated to have a drink, the hostess responded, "I'm sorry, we don't seat incomplete parties." I thought it was a joke so I started to laugh. She wasn't kidding. I finally said, "Are you serious? There is only ONE other table in the entire place taken. No one is here!" After rolling her eyes and me and getting a disappointed "Sure" sign from someone in the back, she finally took me to a table. The waiter was so super nice and the food was good - so cheers to that. Bottom line, this new place needs to get off their high horse - or at least use cloth napkins if they want to have an attitude.
Savor the authentic flavor and flair of Latin American foods and moods at this restaurant off Knox. – In Short
This intimate and contemporary eatery seduces the hip connoisseur of Mexican and Peruvian foods. Textured walls and tabletops, lime green accents, tropical flowers and Latin American music engage the noontime networkers and the exotic dinner crowds. A candle chandelier dimly lights a corner for lovebirds or old friends over fuego (fire) cocktails, yucca fries, sautéed calamari and duck confit flautas.
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