After the bio-bay, we decided to dine high end in Esperanza and is was pretty clear after a quick survey of the many bars and restaurants alond the boardwalk the this one, setback half a block, was the answer. We were able to get seated without a reservation at about 8 pm on a Friday evening, but most of the small establishment was occupied.
The menu offered half a dozen appetizers and main courses and there were no specials added, so we ordered off the menu a deepfried sheep feta with arugula and a caprese salad with aged balsamic, both if which were quite nice. For mains we had a rib eye steak served with cheesy potatoes and seared ahi tuna with a rice and sprouts side that was especially tasty, both equally good and prepared to order. The wine list was a bit thin with offerings from $35-75,but we found something to our liking.
Service was attentive and pleasant. Portions ample to large. A solitary dessert offering of pineapple upside down cake did not attract us so we had an espresso to end.
At.$60 a person the bill was not excessive, but not inexpensive either.
Overall it was a pleasant experience in a nice atmosphere but won't be remembered as a great diner as much as a lovely ending to a day that included a spectacular ecological treat of paddling in a bio-luminescent bay.
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