We had heard good things about this restaurant, but were very disappointed. The atmosphere is fine, but the restaurant is loud and they sat us at a table that barely could hold our plates. The server made us feel rushed; tried to take my husband's plate away before he finished his steak. His steak was good, but not cooked to his preference. He ordered it medium and it was practically rare. The vegetables/potatoes served with the meals were greasy. Most disappointing of all were the desserts. My husband ordered the bread pudding which looked like a brownie and was very heavy. I was very disappointed with the quatro leches cake; it said it was made of sponge cake, but was more like a pound cake, or perhaps just stale. Very heavy with heavy sauce/caramel served with it. Afterwards we both had heartburn, probably from the amount of fat and salt in the cooking. Will not return here.
Latin cafe and coffee house ceases to impress with award winning desserts, brunch and amazing mojitos.. In Short Reading material is sprinkled about the cozy bar and coffee café to allow solo diners or beverage connoisseurs to enjoy a quite experience yet lively Latin music keeps the mood upbeat in the intimate dining area that sits just beyond. The restaurant fills quickly with couples, neighborhood families and ladies who lunch. The menu is upscale, but unpretentious, with a variety of casual, traditional sandwiches and fresh salads offered alongside contemporary renditions of enchiladas, carne asada and fish quesadillas. Favorites include tender, slow-roasted pork loin on a popover with mojo, greens, avocado and tomato, plus mouthwatering desserts like cuatro leches cake and baked Alaska. Weekend brunch means sweet treats, with wonderful house-made breads and pastries, orange brioche French toast, rum-banana-nut waffles and tempting egg dishes like migas and chilaquiles.