The lunch menu was a bit limited (3 choices per course?) but the food was really good - tasted great, well presented, attentive waiters. I don't think the wine was good enough (and i hate that more and more south american wines are opting for screw caps, it was not special). But we were enjoying the view of the river and the good food whilst we kill time before our train arrives.
We were there from 12 and after finishing desserts and still finishing off our wine at 13:50 and were still thinking of ordering tea, the bill arrived without us asking for it. It wasn't busy anymore, we weren't informed of a time limit nor if the restaurant closes at 2. It was rude and totally spoiled the almost perfect lunch. So come if you're only after a quick meal. If you intend to linger, better find somewhere else.
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