I enjoyed an excellent dinner at this small restaurant in a converted house near down town. Sat on the patio under a big shade tree - very pleasant. A fabulous gazpacho with fresh cilantro to start. This was not blended into a mush, but rather nice bite size chunks of tomato, onion, celery, ... Very nice with a gin and tonic. Entrée was an expertly grilled pork chop with potato and delicious veggies, a very nice Sauvignon Blanc for $5 a glass. This was topped off with a warm chocolate whiskey pudding for desert. Presentation was very nice too.
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