Its a bit ambitious to call this restaurant a gem, but it truly is. It does indeed share a car park with a supermarket and a few other restaurants. So at first glance I wasn't that impressed. Once inside, the hostess did greet us politely, but asked us whether we had reservations. Being a naive tourist, my first response was, "this place requires reservations?" I'm not saying the restaurant wasn't nice but it does share a car park with a supermarket.. But that's where my idea of what might be mediocre ended. The waiter, in these days seldom seen, was a true professional. He was well versed in the house specialties, suave and very attentive. We were served plantain bananas accompanied with a delicious house specialty sauce. I ordered the Scottish grilled salmon, which was superb and my friend ordered their specialty steak. Perfection. Our dessert was also the tres leches. A little sweet but also very good. My only complaint was the restaurant offered a set menu that required us to order a three course meal, which was slightly off putting. But, nonetheless, I loved it.
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