We were here on a Saturday evening and it was quite busy. Reservations are highly recommended. I personally had the Pierna de Baby, a pork ossobuco. I have never had it before as I am only familiar with the veal ossobuco. It was fine, though I think that the ossobuco was braised separately and the condiments of Mexican tomatillo, spicy Poblano Chile, shitake mushroom, roasted shallots, and a shot of jalapeño tequila was added later, thus having little impact on the overall flavor of the meat. Others had the fish special or the trout dish and they were very happy with their choice. The margheritas were good and the choice of beer was adequate. The restaurant had a Mexican live bad in the background, but its sound was not overpowering and it was very easy to have a table conversation. Overall it was fine and worth a revisit.
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