No question it's creative cooking, and certainly the setting and the presentation is a step up from anywhere else we ate in Iquitos, but, much of it is superficial. We didn't think anything was particularly exciting in terms of flavor, certainly not equal to the way the dishes looked - things lacked seasoning, and three out of four dishes arrived missing one or more components that were promised on the menu. While service was friendly and swift, the response to that was simply to shrug, and only once offer to go get the missing ingredient, a sort of useless approach to offering food that's supposed to be something different. The setting is beautiful, and it's worth it in the afternoon if you want to take advantage of the floating pool attached to the restaurant - bring bathing suit and towel. We were surprised that the restaurant allowed people to simply come and use the pool in exchange for ordering a bottle or two of water or soda, without dining there - it may be good public relations with locals who can't afford to actually eat there, but isn't with the diners paying the freight.
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