We stumbled upon La Finestra while shopping at the great little artisan shops in the Plaza ColoniaL. It was our first day in SMA and we immediately liked the ambiance of this delightful restaurant. We chose to eat outside in the tiny plant filled courtyard which reminded us so much of European bistros. The owner, who also served and cooked, explained the menu items and indicated that she had trained as a chef in Italy. She also offers cooking classes on a weekly basis.
It was a challenge to choose from the many interesting things on the menu. However for starters along with wine and beer, we ordered guacamole. It was delicious as was the lasagne which we had chosen as a main. It was also difficult to choose from the dessert menu but we finally settled on the homemade ice cream ... creamy and absolutely wonderful! We returned to La Finestra several times while in SMA and the food was consistently very good. Try it! I think you'll agree.
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