Don't be put off by the graffiti and broken sidewalks in the neighbourhood, they seem to be endemic, and not at all indicative of the quality of this restaurant. You ring a doorbell for entry, this is common in small hotels and restaurants, and very friendly staff arrive to let you in to a modern, well-designed restaurant with an outdoors eating space upstairs. We were a party of seven arriving over a period of an hour and a half, due to flight delays. Two of us then another two had quite a wait for the rest of our party, but this was no problem as we ordered some starters and a bottle of wine (or two) and some water. By 10.45pm we were all sitting around the table, ordering from a small but very comprehensive menu, now available in English I'm glad to say! The food was excellent, the wine kept flowing (I lost track of how many bottles) and the dulce de leche icecream and chocolate mousse for dessert were very good indeed. Plates of cheese were also served for the non-dessert-eaters. The final bill including coffees, some beers, about 5 bottles of wine (?), some excellent malt whisky and liqueurs, was under £35 per person, which we thought was very good value indeed.
We had a wonderful evening, with great service and we strongly recommend this restaurant.
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