One diner called this spot "the parking-lot restaurant," and, yes, this eatery is carved out of such a space. But put in a raised floor, a roof, some heavy cloth hangings to serve as walls, some plants, and approximately ten tables, and you've got a surprisingly intimate and cozy place that makes you forget this was a parking lot. On the menu are salads, fresh pastas, chicken, seafood like pescado con champiñones (fish with mushroom sauce) and meats such as scalloped beef with prosciutto, plus a good selection of wine and beer. It's small and modest, but what is done here, is done well. But diners beware; there is no air conditiong.
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