My friend, with whom I was traveling, and I walked down from Los Mandarinos Hotel where we were staying, to the restaurant which was immediately adjacent. The ambiance in the restaurant was lovely, with the tables surrounding a pool, table settings of different patterns of pottery, and just the right lighting. The salads we ordered as our first course were assorted field greens with figs, walnuts and Manchego cheese with a tasty vinaigrette dressing. Our main course was Corvina (sea bass) baked with crushed pecans and served on thin sliced potatoes in a cream sauce and accompanied by green beans on the side. This was accompanied by a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc, 2011, from Chile. We savored the meal, leisurely enjoying the food and wine. We then had an apple crisp with vanilla ice dream and coffee to finish a lovely dinner.
We met Lourdes de Ward, the Executive Chef and Proprietor of the restaurant, and complimented her on the restaurant and food.
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