I ate at the restaurant twice during my 5-day stay in Punta del Diablo.
It's in a secluded part of town and not particularly easy to find.
The food was pretty good, but nothing really special. The first time I went, I shared a risotto with my wife, which was quite tasty, but the appetizer we had was just so-so. The most memorable thing about the meal was the caipirinha and caipiroska that we had - it was spectacular.
Would I go back? Well, I went twice during my stay, but that was because I was staying at the hotel. I think they need to do something a little more special with the restaurant if they want to attract people that are not guests at the hotel.
As I stated in other reviews about the restaurants in town, I would suggest going to Il Tano and Aquarella.
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