Nuns from all over the world wait tables and prepare the food, which is international with a distinct French flair. Aspects are somewhat less than professional, but that's easily forgiven. Food is well prepared and flavorful. We had guinea fowl and shrimp for main courses, both very nicely done. At about 10pm the nuns sang the Ave Maria and performed a Mexican hat dance. Where else are you going to find that mix of free entertainment in a restaurant?
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