Our meal at Verazon started with warm French bread and pimento butter (the only restaurant in Uruguay we encountered that warmed the bread). I ordered the brutal (a local cod-like fish) Basque style and received a generous-sized and very fresh fillet. It was a great relief from the meat fest of other Punta restaurants. The brutal is available in many preparations and sauces from Ur$400 to 475 (US$20 to 24). My wife had the pumpkin ravioli with olive oil, fresh rosemary and Parmesan cheese, another excellent dish (Ur$355 or US$18). The almond and pear tart (Ur$150 or US$7.50) and a couple of cappuccinos were also great. The food was not "gourmet," just fresh food that was prepared simply but well. The decor is modern and upscale, with indoor and outdoor dining areas overlooking the harbor. Service was prompt by Uruguay standards and we were offered English-language menus.
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