I eat at Cafe Ena in my neighborhood quite a bit but for some reason I hadn't tried Rincon until this past week. I thought it was fantastic. I'm not a huge fan of small plates because for the most part, I feel like you end up paying as much as you would for a traditional dining experience but you're always a little hungry afterwards. That wasn't the case here- we split a bottle of wine and 6 dishes, which was at least one too much. The standouts for me were the pulpo and the mero, but everything we had was delicious. My only caution would be that as you order, pay attention to the saucing because some of them are very similar. I'm looking forward going again and trying more of the dishes (but not as many this time, haha).