Tough call since I liked this restaurant but my friend thought it was just ok. We both agreed that the general ambience was nice, we got to sit in front of the garden. As for the food, on sundays they have some special traditional dishes, so we started by sharing a Causa Ferrenafana. It was a bit tough to enjoy since the (salty) fish on it comes with a bunch of bones and scales, although I hear that's how it's supposed to be. Then I had Arroz con Pato which made my day, the duck was buttery soft and the rice so tasty. That's why I'd recommend you get the normal one, not the "deshuesado" which can get a bit dryer (and it's also 8 soles more, just for having someone else cut your meat). My friend had Pescado a lo Macho (not a traditional dish from here) and it was just ok. I guess the only thing I didn't like was ordering a side of salad (simple lettuce, tomato, avocado and cucumber) and being charged 10 soles for it. Oh and a friend told me the Dulce de Higos was good dessert but I was so full I couldn't do it, maybe next time!
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