We read about the place in NY Times and decided to give it a try. The reservation was made over the telephone a week in advance from France. The staff was nice, accommodating and spoke good English and Spanish. The atmosphere at the restaurant was warm and at the same time somewhat elegant, not too laid back, but neither uptight. As for the food: we had a plate of iberico ham for the starter and then ribs and hamburger for the main course. The meal was accompanied by a bottle of Italian wine and limoncello was the finishing touch for the evening. All the dishes were served promptly and with a smile. The quality of the food was excellent, the reception warm and convivial. We have a very positive impression of the place and would recommend it without any reservations.
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