Although the food was very solid and a safe bet, I wasn't really that impressed, especially after all the hype. For an appetizer, we ordered the tuna tartar, which was just your standard tuna with avocado that you can find at every other restaurant in Manhattan. For the main course, we ordered the red snapper, which tasted fresh and had decent flavors, but I probably wouldn't order this dish again.
Like most other restaurants in Cartagena, if you order wine by the glass, you only get two choices -- vino tinto or vino blanco. Luckily for me, the sauvignon blanc was a good choice.
The decor was casual with its black and white checkered floor and denim napkins, but still felt very classy in an old Cuban kind of way.
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