It really is an "Experience" to have dinner in this place. Starting from the decor, which is very sleek and yet with a traditional feel about it, to service and food.
We preferred to eat outside, to escape freezing air conditioning. At arrival we were offered a glass of Patagonian white wine as an aperitif, whilst the waiter described the menu and suggested the food.
Before the starter, we also got offered an amuse-bouche, as well as a little sweet before the dessert, "to prepare the mouth".
The place filled up really quickly, so it was a really great night.
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