This is an interesting place. Friendly greeting, not too big, everything is cooked on an open fire right in the entry, the bread came with delightful little dishes of yummy stuff. We ordered fish, which was perhaps a mistake in a place known for grill, it was well plated but overcooked. The salad and desert were fine, but let me tell you the Albarino they served was the best wine I had in Uruguay. It is from a small, local Uruguayan winery. For no other reason, go have a glass of that fragrant and delicious white wine. They were very friendly, and service was casual but attentive.
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