We went for the Amazonia tour which was very nice for the kids before starting dinner. The whole location looks like an old Aztec ruin but in addition to the great restaurant it also houses a sort of mini zoo, with parrots, lizards - great for kids
We dined in the patio area where they serve pinchos (meat on skewers) this was my 1st pincho experience and I relished it. The menu is limited to beef, chicken, shrimp and fish. Stick to the beef. Each pincho consists of around 10 meat chuncks accompanied by several South-American sauces
The meat was tasty and cooked to perfection and is a great dining experience. The fried yuca side dish is a must. The staff is friendly and prices are above average but still worth it
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