On the recommendation of the hotel staff, we arrived at Lo Nuestro famished after a day of traveling. It was a Sunday, so no alcohol could be served, but there was a full representation of South America's greatest hits on display. The waiter was patient and friendly and seemed out of an old movie where courtesy and hospitality were valued. The ceviche, crab croquetes and mashed plantains with crab and coconut were great ways to start the meal. Grilled sea bass and shrimp rice were well executed and portioned. The aji (typical hot sauce) added a very piquant accent to each dish. Our dishes were clean at the end of each course. The framed newspaper clippings made for fascinating gazing between courses.
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