Ate here for dinner on 12/16/06. Nice decor, bar, and patio area. We ordered the plantains for an appetizer - just so-so. Not very flavorful and on the greasy side. Decided to split an entree of paella ($21) and was not told that there would be a $6 upcharge to do so - not the end of the world, but nice to know up front in case it does make a difference to some... However, the paella was a major disappointment. The seafood component consisted of a few small (canned?) shrimp, 3 small mussels, 2 small (empty) mussel shells, 3 tiny cubes of pork, 3 crawfish (which my daughter tried and said tasted like ""pond"") and 3 small slices of greasy sausage. It had a watery consistency so that the spices were almost undetectable. One other word of caution - my daughter almost broke a tooth on a piece of shell - and found another sharp piece of shell - luckily, before she swallowed it. I also ended up with a shard of shell in my bowl. Probably the risk you take when your dish has mussels in it, but scary just the same! Hubby ordered a cobb salad and the ""chicken"" consisted of cold cubes that did not resemble any jerked chicken we had ever seen. On the bright side, management was very interested in our comments and comped the paella. In addition, even though we insisted the comp was more than fair, he brought out a complimentary dessert. We probably will not re-visit this restaurant unless only to enjoy the bar area...
Pros: Nice ambience
Cons: Menu needs work