The building harks back to the glory days of Zona Rosa and is as charming as advertised. As others say, this is mainly business-types on weekdays; a tourist not dressed nice may feel out of place. There is a basic menu and daily specials, which are much, much more expensive. Margaritas are very good. The food is sort of Mexican-international as I imagine it would have been during the 1950's with a European influence, but not fusion as we now know it. Actually quite tasty and attentive service. I had read about the duck; it was not on the menu, but they had it and is a great shared appitizer for the table, with good home made tortillas.
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