Very classy place. Menu features Mexican classics, some dishes with an Asian-fusion twist. The appetizers tended to be Spanish. We had several appetizers including Spanish style toasted bread with tomato, Asian-style duck and scallion stuffed tortillas, and the freshest paper thin jamon serrano, which they sliced in front of the guests in the center of the restaurant. I had duck in mango sauce for entree. Others had sesame crusted robalo, shrimp in tamarind sauce, and roasted chicken. For dessert we had a Mexican soft cheese served with marmelades, a chocolate souffle, and a bunhuelo de aire--all of which were a hit.
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