Went for dinner at kinta and enjoyed every course .the food is unusual and very good at a reasonable price ( though more expensive than others) I think the uniqueness justifies the cost
They were great preparing meals for the kids who enjoyed the chicken fingers (" and the adults did as well) other dishes we tried were the tamarind shrimp, pork pastillo and shrimp/scallop enchiladas all were amazing. The one dish had a vegetable side of I think wine marinated chayote which were incredible. I think they should be a dish on their own
All the staff are very attentive and friendly and speak English well. The atmosphere is also soothing in a quiet backyard courtyard with "chill" music playing
Will rerun to kinta and also looking forward to kondessa during the trip as well
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