A Bolivian native referred us to this restaurant. Good cocktails that aren't overly cloying, decent ceviche (although I would love to see a variety of seafood in it), flavorful salsa and tasty tortilla chips (both thin because both are homemade and neither come from a jar/package), solid entrees, and solid desserts. We were happy to find a place in the DC area that actually has real mole sauce. Not the absolute best we've ever had, but certainly solid and certainly the best we've had in DC. Good rice, beans, pico de gallo, and beets on the side.
The American in me wanted chocolate dipping sauce with my churros rather than a bit of chocolate poured onto my plate, but I understand how dipping chocolate can turn a churro into a vehicle for chocolate rather than an appreciated dessert onto itself. The churros themselves were moist in the middle and just sweet enough.
Good service as well, and one of the happiest and most delightful waiters we've encountered in a while.
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