Dinner with friends near their home. The service was good, food was just average. Sitting outside is a must.
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this restaurant serves sublime food, imaginative and exquisite. Congratulations to Hector the owner for amazing food comparable if not better than any New York restaurant. Staff are efficient and courteous. Wonderful outdoor seating. best Guacamole I have had , and the churros with chocolate sauce...More
Went to lunch with 3 friends. Garden like surroundings, breezy on a hot day. Wait staff very helpful but it was only her second week on job so she had to check w kitchen frequently. The salmon with yuca mojo was superb. Beatiful presentation. Salmon...More
Came for work, sat inside and listened to eclectic music. I would recommend the guacamole. It is chunky and great flavor. For the main had lamb chops. Ordered them medium and they were over cooked. The veggies were tender and great.
If you are looking for food that is excellent, non-pretentions, creative, and fresh, Cafe Ena is a standout. The menu changes, favorites (e.g., guacamole) also remain. The wine selection is very good and not necessarily expensive. The setting is relatively small, comfortable, and pleasant and...More
In Monday's & Tuesdays they have half off wine bottles and $30 bottles. Wine selection was good. All entrees looked and tasted delicious! I loved my scallops and my colleagues enjoyed their sea bass, lamb and shrimp. Try the Argentina style empendas & seafood ceviche...More
A friend took us for a ride to pick up his 3 children from Day Care, and we ended up at Cafe Ena for dinner. Bringing in 2 1/2 yr. old twin girls and a 6 yr. old boy was an easy task for their...More
Had nice business lunch there this week. Great restaurant with awesome staff and decor. Food is really good. Ate chilaquilles guest had enchiladas both fresh and tasty. I saw great wine selection and patio. I will come back for those. Server was super pleasant and...More
We searched for a place to have Sunday brunch with old and close friends. The well known places either didn't take reservations, which will usually mean a long wait, or were booked up. My friend suggested Cafe Ena, which seemed like a good choice as...More
This winter we must admit that Cafe Ena slipped a bit. We walked here on a VERY COLD night, and the service was uncharacteristically inattentive. One couple seated after us actually walked out, after no one showed up at their table for FAR TOO LONG....More