Chef Daniel Godinez's new place. Opted for appetizers instead of an entree to maximize my variety; ceviche with Vietnamese whitefish was quite good, although not exactly unique enough to be memorable. Chicarron with ribeye instead of pork was a bit weird; tasty, but massive fat chunks on the ends, and not at all crispy? Asparagus was a tad savory and with hints of lime... whatever was in the sauce, it was amazing. By comparison, the final dish, octopus, was merely solid-- tasty but definitely a bit short compared to what I'd had in Barcelona and Madrid in the past.
Decor was on the fancy side, not sure how much it'd changed from the previous restaurant here as I'd never been, but was comfortable and not too fancy, felt almost old world but not quite?