Just returned from a Friday comida at Miralago, and out of our party of ten, five were disappointed in the food they were served. Too salty was the main complaint with both the rabbit and lamb dishes, and the fish platter came garnished with un-rinsed capers which made it salty and briny also. I ordered the Zirahuen Lamb which turned out to be mutton instead. It seems to be a common practice in many restaurants nowadays to use the terms lamb and mutton (from sheep over 2 yrs. old) interchangeably. Tough and chewy was the only way to describe the consistency. Beef filets were done properly,drinks were good, food presentation was artfully done and the table service was adequate, although the wait staff could have been a little more helpful in explaining in saucing options for some of the dishes. Majority opinion... Nice setting/Poor Value.
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