This is Cuban with a twist. Elegant, very fun food with some Peruvian, Brazilian nuances thrown in. We had ceviche and anti-cuchos to start - both delicious. The main courses were very large so you might want to share. The lechon was very good. The dessert absolutely stole the show. We had the chocolate cigar and while I don't want to give anything away, definitely order this if you want to see a very fun chef-y trick. It's a great birthday order. Service was a tiny bit slow but we weren't in a hurry and they didn't hurry us along after we'd finished eating so all in all, a delightful evening.
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