Lovely space with an interesting menu. One time it was very nice for dessert and coffee. The next time for lunch it was mixed. They have an imaginative menu but, in this instance, were clearly not careful about checking the fish from their vendor. We eat wonderful fish, especially corvina, in Ecuador. I've been a serious cook for over 30 years, have owned a restaurant and understand a few things about food. The corvina reeked of amonia and was completely inedible. My partners chicken was very good. The manager/owner was defensive and unapologetic about the awful quality of the fish. Very low customer relations skills. While he removed it from the bill he could not help but make a snide remark about the fish when serving the dessert. We won't return. Any chef that does not smell the fish before cooking it is missing a few things about this business.
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