This place is a very nice choice to eat Uruguay delicious food. I was in this period on business and it was a great time .
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No 22% tax if you pay by credit card, and the bill is or can be in US dollars, so price w/o tip $36.08 for 2 adult persons. View is really good, hotel is Vegas strip wannabe, tries to come close, lounge shows and shows on stage in Casino. Like their Casino. But they do not have much competition. The... More
Management needs to Wake Up. Breakfast buffet isn't what it used to be at the Conrad. Our bill was $22 for two payed in advance. When customers pay in advance it is harder to complain effectively or do anything about poor service. We chose the Conrad because we were cold and hungry for a hot breakfast with eggs prepared by... More
Located in the Conrad hotel, this is where breakfast is served and this is the only reason to eat here. Avoid for any other meal. Service is poor, tables are sticky, food is bad. Calamari fried in old oil cooked really bad, stale bread, etc. The buffet is full of flies! The tomatoes had them swarming around! Come on Conrad.... More
Las Brisas is a restaurant located at the Conrad Hotel. It features local cuisine as well as a variety of pastas, seafood , salads and meats . Some days the restaurant offers a buffet and other days one can only order from the menu. The restaurant has a beautiful view and it is nicely furnished and decorated. The service is... More
I ordered a club sandwich and the meat was dry, the egg was over cooked and burnt the buttom. The staff never ask how's everything. I won't recommend the place even for a quick snacks.
This is suppose to be a typical hotel cafeteria where prices are fair but in this case the prices are very high. For example a pineapple juice costs usd $ 8.50 Food is good but nothing extraordinary. If you go, expect to pay around USD$ 50 per person. With this money you could get better food and better service.
Do not order the calzone or the gnocchi. They do not heat the inside of the calzone, cut up cold ham and hard boiled eggs. The tomato sauce was warm. But over all it was terrible and very expensive. Gnocchi not as described on menu & the tastelessness was memorable. They play favorites & the food quality is below average.... More
While staying at the hotel we had breakfast their everyday, Niosi and service is almost non existing. It is a buffet, but after getting a cup of coffee you will not see a waiter again. Food mediocre.
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