Really liked the island influenced menu here; it was a nice change from the usual chains and offered a wide variety. Appetizers were large enough for sharing or to serve as a meal for one. The fried plantain/chicken appetizer was our favorite. The seafood chowder was excellent - nice and creamy but not heavy and the seafood was not overcooked as it often is in soups. The carnitas rice bowl was excellent. Service was attentive without being overbearing. Dinner without drinks should run about $15-20 per person on average. Portions were easily large enough for lighter appetites to share. Would definitely dine here again.
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