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Cafe Tu Tu Tango Restaurant Review: Café Tu Tu Tango is a party event as much as it is a feeding frenzy. There’s colorful art on the walls, and even a resident artist painting a picture every day of the week. Grazing through executive chef Chris Tzorin's vast and varied menu is loads of fun, whether you've got a party of one or 20. We like sharing and nibbling, but most of all, we enjoy the fact that a “small plate” here is big enough to easily feed an average appetite. For appetizers, try the ahi poke or the roasted pears and pecan crisps topped with blue cheese, arugula and a balsamic glaze. The loud and lively place is also known for its seafood dishes and house specialties like andouille sausage paella and filet mignon topped with blue cheese and accompanied by poblano mashed potatoes. Leave room for desserts such as almond flan, as they are just as good as the rest of the menu.