Not sure if you need to speak decent Spanish to get the experience so many people on here rave about. My husband and I were seated in the back and it soon became obvious that only non Spanish speakers were seated around us. As we sat and waited, an English family next to us was complaining that the mom never got her meal and when they asked about it the staff said they haven't cooked it yet (mind you her family was done eating theirs) frustrated she said don't bother. We hadn't even had our drink orders taken (after about ten minutes of waiting) so my husband and I looked at each other and said allowed "maybe we should leave" to which the English family said, "yes that's a good idea!". We left. This review obviously does not take into account the actual food, but I'd be careful to go if you don't speak decent Spanish.
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