We did it! We finally went to check out Ola. Friends of ours told us about this great little restaurant. The cuisine at Ola is Latin fusion.
The restaurant itself is very unassuming from the outside but once you reach the dinning room you realize you are in for a treat. The first thing we noticed when we walked in was there were actually Spanish people eating there. It is always a good sign for a restaurant to have patrons that could cook what’s on the menu at home it means the food is yummy.
The restaurant itself on the inside was very clean with a festive décor; it had an island feel to it. The staff was very pleasant and attentive; the food presentation was clean and impressive. I love their use of banana leaves to line the plates. The flavor combinations were out of this world! We very much enjoyed our dining experience. We will definitely visit again soon and next time we will bring some friends. Here are some pictures of the restaurant and the food we ordered.
Ola’s Ostras Con Mofongo : White cornmeal-coated crispy blue point oysters/ mofongo/ saffron-citrus salsita
Ola’s Huaraches Vegetarianos: Caramelized onion/ roasted wild mushrooms/charred tomatoes/ Kalamata olives / goat cheese/ crispy flat bread/ fig vinaigrette
Love the Mojito’s at Ola’s. They even put a real piece of sugar cane in the drink.