You notice as soon as you walk in that this restaurant is different from the majority of other restaurants in Sucre, the room itself is warm and inviting.
There are many options to choose from within the menu of Latin American cuisine. You can choose to eat a full 3 course meal of soup, main course, dessert, or you could have a shared table of tapas, maybe a platter hard shell tacos with guacamole sour cream, salsas, salads and jalapeños. They have a fish of the day too! The Quinoa bread served with olive oil and a mix of herbs & spices was a great way to start, and the pumpkin mousse a great way end the meal.
If you are looking for a restaurant with a high standard of service and food, try this place out.
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