Stay away from the ground floor restaurant. Try the second floor for better quality and good service, and by all means try La Terraza on the third floor. It is hard to give a review because it would be excellent for the third floor, good to very good for the second floor and pretty bad for the first floor, with pizza and so called "Italian" food. The second floor has good food if you know what to order. We had great seafood and fabulous hors d'ouvres and pork and vegetables and even the salad was great. La Terraza is even more expensive but even better quality in food and wine and service.
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