The restaurant forms part of a boutique hotel. It is not too small so it is advisable to have reservations. The best tables are the ones by the open kitchen (extra show) and for warmer days those at the open air at the back (have heating system but probably not a good idea when really cold). Servings are generous so plan to share. Combined ceviche is advisable if you can't make up your mind, sushi is among the best in town. Sipan rolls very advisable as so are the Tiraditos.The offer of desserts is a bit limited but very tasty. Wines suggested for desserts are worth trying.One objection?The white chocolate with the" mousse al pisco" should be changed for real chocolate.Service was very friendly and efficent and really at the right level as a difference to the early days when you had to wait quite a bit, so this is a welcomed improvement.The selection of wines very good as well as that of drinks, with piscos being a real must. Tourists are very welcome even when a favourite with locals. Reservations until 9pm, you can then go after 11pm and queue up. You will spend about the same as other popular restaurantes at this level but less than in Osaka Faena. The area is a bit dark so you may want to stick (park or walk) to Uriarte and towards the small park as the other is pretty desserted.
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