I really like the ceviche that they serve with the tortillas as appetizers. Not all servers speak english but when in doubt the cashier does, who I think doubles as the manager as well.
Their kids meal are pretty good, and cheap too. Their shrimp nachos has a good taste to it though it's on the greasy side. Shrimp empanadas were blah, did not finish one and brought the rest home but no one ate it.
The Paella was good though. It has the right amount of seafood, not overly salty, good taste, not greasy and right amount of rice to seafood ratio and fairly priced at $15. The other seafood choices are just priced too high for my taste.
Overall it was a good meal and we've come back since our first visit, but we stick to the paella. You can ask for it to be spicy, but beware, it will be SPICY! Sundays are really crowded and can be really loud in that restaurant with families and the singer, I'm sure Saturdays are like that as well.
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