This restaurant is long on charm. Its an old colonial posada right next to the Arch. Their were 13 of us for dinner. We ate on the open air porch looking out at the charming garden courtyard. The wine list was lovely. We opted for the Chilean wines that were offered and they were excellent. The cherviches were very fresh. We ate fish, typical platters and lomotito-beef fillet-plus the very good Antiguan sausage. We devoured the desert cart. Our head waiter Walter kept up with our every demand smoothly moving between Spanish and English for our friends who don't speak Spanish. He made us linger over coffee because he wanted to give us a treat and then invited us in to watch the Baille de moros, a folklorico dance ensemble that was so festive and fun that many in our party joined in when invited. It was a great night in Antigua.
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