The menu also runs with the casual vibe, focusing on crowd favorites like tacos, guacamole (which comes spiked with ingredients like tuna and crab), enchiladas and flat breads. The selection, which you can check out below the jump, seems to appeal to a neighborhood crowd. Sandoval was in the house for a brief meet and greet, but he is a busy gent these days. He made the rounds in the dining room and admitted that he was headed down to the Flatiron District to check in on Raymi, his larger Peruvian restaurant that is currently in staff training and should be open soon. While you're waiting for that, you can take a look at NYC's Best Mexican Restaurants here.