I took my wife here for valentine's day. it's a nice small restuarant about 8/9 table with a flamenco guitar player for background music. to start this place has some really good appetisers, actually the best i think i ever had. now onto the main course: paelle it was nothing to write home about, i have had better way better. the lobster was overcooked my wife thought the shrimp was overcooked. the only thing good i have to say about the paelle was the cuban choriso was out of this world, but there wasn't enough of it for me. Onto desert it was a nice custard flan nice and tastey done right had with coffee.
this place will slow you down, so sit, stay awhile, enjoy the food. You are now back in the 1950's cuba. enjoy this place for what it is. just make sure you BYOB there is no liquor licence.