Ambience is beautiful. Wait staff is okay. Food and wine were good, but pricey. I had a Mediterranean pasta dish with seafood -- 2 clams, 2 mussels, 4 small shrimp, some white fish, 160 pesos. The bill came with a hidden surchage of 15 pesos. I asked what it was for. Bread, the waiter said. Bread! No one charges for bread, I said. It's standard. I paid. Then, I told the manager that I've dined in many restaurants around the world and have never been charged for bread. Oh, it's for other things too he said, like the salsa. Uh, huh.
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