We were seated on a very cold and windy patio, then waited a very long time for our Mojitos. They were more ice than drink, which was not helpful as we were already freezing! Once seated, we were very uncomfortable with people bumping in to our chairs and the wait staff asking us to scoot in, in order to get by. There is no walking area between tables. The bar standing are is really the only walk way, but the bar was full! Our waiter seemed very distracted. When I inquired as to how the snapper was cooked...broiled...grilled...baked, he proceeded to tell me how long they cooked it? He then corrected to say it was grilled. Well it was broiled and overly so. It required a knife to cut. The crochettes were bland and small, and the presentation was pathetic...sliding around on a bare saucer! We enjoyed the plaintains...but again absolutely no presentation and tiny portions. We tried another mojito and I opted for the coconut variety. There was absolutely no difference in the two drinks. When we questioned the waiter, he took the drink and returned promptly with exactly the same drink ,with no explanation or apology. We actually requested less ice this time and still there was so much ice that you could not stir the drink without ice coming out of the glass! We opted for dessert elsewhere and enjoyed a better mojito there also!
Pros: Decor authentic and pleasant!
Cons: poor service, tight seating, small portions