In the heart of historical Center of Colonia, this is a mix of restaurant and art gallery. The enviromment is perfect and the music is cool. Staff excellent. Raviolli with salmon and shrimp ... I suggest. Its no cheaper restaurant.
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We were looking for dinner on an awful rainy winter night in Colonia; this place looked cozy and dry so we went in. The place serves as a gallery for paintings of the late artist Jorge Paez Vilaro, brother of the also late artist Carlos...More
Hard to believe this was the same restaurant with which we fell in love four years ago. Same ownership, so no excuse there. This time the service was quite staggeringly poor. We had the worst waitress we've ever had the misery to encounter anywhere in...More
Estimado Sr/Sra, Lamento mucho que su reciente experiencia no colmó sus expectativas. Su comportamiento al principio amable se fue convirtiendo...More
My husband and I decided to try this restaurant for dinner this September. We were drawn to it after reading that it offers an intimate, artistic, cozy environment in an old colonial house that belonged to an artist. We also read that the artist's son...More
Reading some of the reviews for this place I wonder if I was indeed there! Service was bad and food was absolutely normal, I could even say that it needed to be "spiced up"! We had a nice Tanat wine and the decoration was lovely,...More
After following some recommendations which resulted in some forgetable meals my daughter insisted we try this place and it was fantastic.Interesting menu, memorable little place, really nice service and the food turned out great. Go!
You will find a lot of similar things with Gaudi on this house. The place is really well maintaned, the view is spectacular. Go there and enjoy good art in a wild place.
After an ordinary experience at the large restaurant on the main Plaza - too busy, not enough staff and food wasn't bad but just ordinary - we picked up that place for its caractere and its location. The waitress was great and most importantly the...More