El Batán Review
Although the food is quite good, the real feast is the visual one: the restaurant building is a beautiful 18th-century mansion. The patio dining area, including a stained-glass roof, has iron chairs and a stone floor. The indoor dining room is just so-so though. In addition to picturesque surroundings, this criollo restaurant has specialty meat dishes, a menu in Spanish and English, a small art gallery upstairs, and live music on weekends.
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