We were completely delighted by Lugo's. The menu provided adequate variety without being too extensive to be taken seriously and had some interesting choices. The steamed mussel opener was fabulous and we later regretted not bringing the remaining broth home with us to experiment with. The salads (my wife had Caesar, I had spinach) were simple but the house made dressings were excellent--well made and balanced without trying too hard.
We loved the main courses, too. My wife had the chicken cordon-bleu which was succulent without being too rich. I had the shrimp and andouille with cheese grits which was excellent with just the right touch of heat.
For dessert we shared a cheesecake, which was rich and flavorful without being too sweet.
The service was world class. Our waitress (Kim) was very friendly, always appeared JUST at the right time and anticipated our wishes as if she could read our minds. The courses were timed perfectly, too.
What can I say? It's our new favorite place.