I went with a colleague/friend who highly recommended it, I must say the food was amazing! We has a tuna and a fish, mussels and spider fish ceviche (tuna was the best, with nice chunks and a juicy nutty sauce, very light though, only lime juice, chili and sesame oil) and a luxurious chupe de langostinos. Very nice, very nice. As an aperitive, they offered complimentay fried yucca with two homemade gorgeous sauces, one red based on garlic, one green based on avocado and coriander. Dessert was nice, a bit too heavy, but it was dulce de leche, so that goes without saying.
Pisco sour was delicious!! very strong, beware! Two will knock off the woman who is not a regular drinker. But it is absolutely unmissable (the quality of dizziness is remarkable, if you know what I mean) and they also serve 1/2 glass for 4 USD.
Yeah, that's the thing, it's not cheap. But 64 USD for 2 piscosours, 1 beer, 2 ceviches, 1 soup and 1 dessert felt well worth it because the food is high quality, fresh and well presented. Still, a bit overpriced, considering that their only offer when it comes to wine by the glass is a forgettable, if not annoying, Chardonnay Alcamos. Staff could also be a little bit more trained, although they are ok for European taste (service is often something that bothers Europeans travelling in Latin America, we can't get used to it...=
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