When we first entered, it seemed like a really nice restaurant -- the ambiance seemed a little bit try-hard but it was still unique in Granada. But when the food came, this place turned into an absolute disappointment. The seafood platter was overcooked, for a good reason-- THE SEAFOOD WAS NOT FRESH. The octopus had the consistency of liver and the mussels were "powdery". The pork ribs had nice seasoning/flavor, but the meat itself was unchewable. My boyfriend had to bite off the meat and swallow the entire thing whole. He tried to get some meat off the bone and it sounded like cracking wood.
As other reviews have mentioned, the menu is in dollars but the bill is in cordobas-- a little confusing to say the least. Compared to other restaurants in Granada, this place is very expensive (and totally not worth the price). And btw, the seafood platter was 90% left uneaten.
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