It tries to be an upmarket international cuisine restaurant and does not quite make it. The dishes on the menu are described in what can only be said to be pretentious terms - in Spanish. Even if you speak it ad a foreigner many of the terms were unusual to try to make the dish sound special but merely serving to obscure. The waiter did not speak enough English to interpret, so we went blind.
Fortunately, the food was pretty good, but not the big city, international standard the restaurant tried to imply.
The waiter was not over friendly, but that was probably because we kept asking him the meaning of terms which turned out to be something like 'drizzled'.
It was a good dining experience, a bit pricy and not quite what the pre-publiciy implied. There are, were told, better restaurants in town in terms of value for money.
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