This is our third dinner here, and it's never crowded. Maybe it's the cost or maybe it's in a hotel...for whatever reason though, I'm stumped. My wife and I think this is the best restaurant in Cancun. The service is impeccable and the food is imaginative and delicious (and expensive). I had the creamed onion soup and she had the caesar salad. The salad had a beautiful presentation with a parmesean crisp wrapped around it and both were very delicious. For entrees, she had the red snapper and I had the sea bass. Again, the presentaion of the dishes was like artwork and the tastes were even better. We were both surprised that the portions seemed larger than our earlier visits, we were each only able to eat about half (saving room for dessert). And dessert was truly wonderful, the name escapes me, but it is their signature chocolate dessert and it also has pear cactus in it (I think). In any event, very good stuff. We had nice bottle of Fume Blanc which complmented everything very well.
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