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We are here in Punta Del Diablo in the off season and there are only 2 restaurants of the 40 plus open. Here we have been made very welcome. We feel like part of the family and we will be in 4 days time when...More
Cero Stress was one of our highlights at Punta del Diablo, we visited this little beach town in the off season. We went to Cero Stress twice (tried to go back a third but they were closed) and were lucky enough to be the only...More
The location is very nice, we sitted in a quiet terrace watching the sea, but is very expensive for the quality of the food.
They didn't have available most of the dishes and beers, the fish was full of bones and the meat was tender...More
We walked by Cero Stress a few times before finding it open and we were glad we did. Got an oceanside table with shade, intimate seating which invites interaction with others or your own private experience. Amazing view, great drinks.
We had a lovely time here. I can see why it might be expensive but we ordered the plato del dia for 300 uyu. It was the catch of the day in a spicy sauce covering rice, shrimp and vegetables - I don't usually eat...More
The restaurant is at a point with many huge rocks so the view and sounds of waves coming in are super relaxing. We got the veggie tacos (we are vegan, and they were great) and some caipirinhas. Live music occasionally also. Important: they only take...More
Despite some mixed reviews and the recurrent theme that the restaurant is overpriced we really enjoyed our lunch. The service was quick and efficient, perhaps slightly aloof but didn't bother us too much. We had garlic shrimps and fries for starters - they were amazing,...More