What caught our eye was the off the beaten path dishes on the menu and the location: an alley with a big tree providing shade and a welcome breeze, Our first order was the mussels, which came served in a yummy white wine sauce with herbs (55 pesos). Thinking it could not get any better: we were wrong! The shrimp diablo (115 pesos) was amazing, a great balance of tomato and pepper flavours with a hint of mediterranean spices. We decided to make room for the fish filet in dill sauce (115 pesos), which was served with the best spinach we have ever had. Both the shrimp and the fish came with buttered wild rice and vegetables. When we ordered a glass of wine our waiter came back with a chilled bottle of excellent Chardonnay (50 pesos per glass). Upon asking for the check we got a complementary Panacotta dessert, a pudding made of cream, milk and sugar and served with mixed berries. The service was flawless, the bread basket was refilled as many times as we wanted with warm flakey garlic bread. We thought we died and gone to heaven.