Xiloa, or something like that. It's Nicaraguan food. They have freshly made juices every day -- I had a tamarind juice which was pretty good. I also had plantain chips, which were freshly made and crispy but not overcooked. They came with slices of some sort of cheese, and a freshly made salsa. For my main course, I had a sort of fish and capers stew in a cup made of fried plaintains, with rice. Very casual, inexpensive, but pretty decent, worth a look if anyone's interested in that sort of thing.
Also went to Nana's last night for the tasting menu. The coconut souffle with key lime sauce was incredible. The rest were decent, but nothing overwhelming. (Though pan seared foie gras is always welcome.)