It was a little hard to find the "café", as the mansion is large and the route from the sidewalk to the café at the back of the property is not well-marked. Also, "café" is a misnomer, as this is a full-fledged restaurant with a great antebellum mansion ambiance. My wife and I shared the Prince and the Pauper, which was a filet and a chicken breast. The filet was one of the best steaks I have ever had - very tender and flavorful. The chicken was moist and had a very tasty sauce. The bread pudding was also amazing. The service was attentive, including a visit from the chef. I would recommend Anchuca for a romantic dinner because of its ambience, and for dinner anytime, because of the food.
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