We returned to Atico Cucina this time to try their a la carte menu. The atmosphere and service was had not faltered one bit - still as welcoming as the first time we went. For an entree I recommend the cerviche. It was exceptional, as was the goat curry I had for main course. My husband had seared tuna for a main and is still raving about it.
This time we went on a Friday evening and were treated to a Salsa dancing display, and lesson for those game enough to try! After a glass or two of Chilean wine we were limbered up enough to give it a go and had a ball working off the dinner. Too full for dessert unfortunately - but judging by the scrumptious looking dishes making their way to other tables, we may have to try to save enough room next time.
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