We ate here on 3 different occasions. Once for tapas, and twice for dinner. The restaurant is beautiful. The candlelit garden is filled with bogenvalia and moon flowers and is unbelievably romantic. The wine list is stellar and the creative French-influenced menu made deciding really tough. The waitstaff is well accustomed to dealing with tourists and were gracious about dealing with our broken Spanish, or were able to kindly help out in English. The carpaccio, the cesar salad, and anything off the dessert menu are my recommendations. Perfect.
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