There's certainly plenty of variety on offer at this colourful restaurant and bar on Kentish Town Road - its culinary output covers most of South America and all of the Caribbean. And if that's still not enough? Well there are burgers and steaks, too.
The dishes influenced by Latin America and the Antilles range from fajitas, empanadas, burritos and picante de pollo to ackee and snapper fish, fried plantain, cassava chips, jerk caesar salads and a classic curry goat. Those burgers don't escape the geographical input either, with a 'big Bajan' alongside a 'messy Mexican' and 'the jerk' - a beef pattie glazed in jerk sauce and served with hash brown, house mayo and mango preserve.
Drinks wise, mojitos and frozen daiquiris do brisk business alongside milkshakes, fresh juices, root beers and healthy presses such as the 'green Grenada' - a mix of green kale, apple, cucumber, celery and lime.