being served nearly raw chicken. But the balance of my food was very good - as was the food served to the others in our group. The Ecuadorian ceviche was delicious - prepared with fish cooked with heat, instead of the usual "cooking" with acid from limes. And was fun to try it with all the local toppings like popcorn and dried banana chips. The dessert cart was extensive and very visually appealing.
I was here with a group of seven on the day before The Day of the Dead. The place was very busy with a lively local crowd - which was fun for people watchers like me. And they were offering the specialties associated with this celebrated holiday - a light bread shaped and lightly frosted to look like a person and a spiced purple drink.
The wait staff were attentive and gracious.