I live in the neighborhood and, having walked by a bunch of times, I was curious to check this out. We had dinner with a friend last Friday and we all really enjoyed Gilberth's a lot. I figured with "rotisserie" in the name it would be pretty standard fare but the food was really tasty and different, with a lot of Latin flare. We loved the empanadas and chicharrone as apps, the chicken was super tasty and moist, and the pork was really tender and nicely marinated.
The service was very attentive and nice; servers checking regularly to make sure you have everything you need and you're enjoying your meal. My friend sent her fish back as she preferred it a little more cooked than it was served, and they did so really quickly and efficiently.
The dinner scene was pretty quiet - certainly easy to have a conversation - with a dimly-lit and comfortable interior. It wasn't very busy for a Friday at 7:30 so I'm hoping their business picks up as it would be a real drag if this place didn't get the patrons and attention it deserves. I'm really looking forward to my next visit to Gilberth's - it seems like a great neighborhood spot.