This restaurant is up on a hill and has a great view of Caracas. The service is ok but the food is not what it used to be.
It seems that the chef uses a lot of cream in all the pasta dishes.
To start, we shared a beef carpaccio that was ok but not great. My wife ordered the farfalle al limone , grangio e scampi which was mediocre (very strong lemon flavor, no crab raw at all and only 4 shrimps). My pasta , fetuccini zi teresa with seafood (pink sauce with scallops, mussels and shrimps) was quite good.
For dessert, we shared a "creme brulėe" which was ok.
In summary, restaurant with inconstant quality.
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