For me...the most important aspect of the dining experience is atmosphere.....and this place has it all. We brought our tour group here for lunch and were not dissapointed. The place oooozzzzes with charm....set in a 300 year old mansion complete with gardens and inner courtyard. So European (the owner is French) yet so classical Spanish Colonial with a Peruvian twist. We were informed that we did not have the much anticipated Flamenco live music performance but were instead treated to a lovely young Peruvian Mezza Soprano and German piano player to treatises such as from Carmen and La Boheme...oh la la!!!!!!
We had the trout with potatos which only a Frenchman could make such a simple dish exotic. The wine was not expensive and niether the meal. The only chararcter missing was Beatrice herself...Dante would be proud. This was definately "Caelo et Terra".
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