She said the building was designed by a famous local architect, Juan Manuel Peláez Freidel.
Before it was used as a restaurant, it was used both as a clothing store, and a pet store. By this point, I was feeling full, but I had to give my all to tasting these six samples.
As you can see in the photo above, the ice cream had already begun to melt, so I had no time to waste. It’s called “Cinammon Toast” and includes ice cream, sour cream cake, and green apple sorbet.
I love little surprises like this from the kitchen.Accompanying it is rum caramelized pineapple, honey and lavender ice cream. And my third favorite was the square dish in the upper right corner, named “Mani Man.” The final check came to , including the 5-course dinner, two cocktails, tax, and tip. In Miami or New York City, a dinner like this would easily be double the cost. As you can see in the photos, colorful sauces play an important role in how each dish is presented.The 4th course was beef tenderloin with potato puree and pistachios.