If you are not staying in the hotel you need to book, which we did late afternoon and ate at 7.30 as we wanted to. Open kitchen so you can see the chefs calmly preparing the food and the homemade pasta hanging to dry.
There was a Peruvian harpist playing in the corner which with dim lights made the whole place very atmospheric. It can be as romantic or as child friendly as you would wish
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