A very stylish and chic place right on the water with a drop-dead view. The chef is Chilean, and serves up food that is quite different than the usual Pedro Clisante fare. The mozzarella bar is a nice touch; we shared a very lovely cheese with sun-dried tomoatoes as an appetizer.
The menu is well-chosen, and the wine list is extensive, with many good bottles at reasonable prices. Our entrees were the Angus filet and the osso bucco on saffron risotto, and both were excellent. We shared a dessert sampler and it was perfect. The white chocolate mousse is pretty damn good.
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