Buen Suspiro specializes in products made exclusively in the state of Colonia: artesanal cheeses, meats and wine. The menu (lunch, when I was there) is somewhat limited, especially if you're there with someone who has to avoid dairy, as I was. But it was delicious nonetheless, and one of the staff speaks very good English. The ambiance is what makes Buen Suspiro special: it's located in a tiny historic house that looks a bit like it was built for a Hobbit - there are only 5 or 6 tables inside. (We took refuge there from a monsoon rainstorm, so sitting in their equally tiny garden wasn't an option.) Lunch came to approx. USD$45 (which included a glass of very nice Uruguayan rosé & tip)...expensive by Argentinian standards but apparently typical of higher Uruguayan prices for restaurant meals, based on what I've been told.
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