This is a very large open air restaurant that attempts to copy the El Aljibe formula in Havana. In fact, this was supposed to be a branch of El Aljibe. Don't know what happened. The truth is, we only go there for the El Aljibe chicked which is fantastic. It is a half chicken in orange sauce and the sides (fried plaintains and beans and rise) are served family style. The food is plentiful and delicious.
They have a decent wine cellar and like the El Aljibe in Havana, if you want wine, someone will take you to their cellar room so you can pick your bottle. The list isn't extensive, but they do have some fairly decent Spanish wines at good prices.
We found the entertainment fine but they did seem a bit bored asthey were obviously better musicians than their playlist showed.
Overall, a good experience and I will return as long as things don't change.
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