We are staying at the Iguazu Grand were this restaurant is located and went there for dinner on three separate nights. We had a la carte food every time (did not run into the all you can eat system mentioned in other reviews.) The food was invariably delicious and carefully presented in nouvelle cuisine style (visually pleasant island of food in a large white dish surface). We especially enjoyed a gravlox blini salad and a oven baked bondiola (pork loin) dish which was like butter. Deserts were creative and tempting, making good use of local flavors like maracuya (pasion fruit.) There was a good selection of wines and the cocktails that are customary in this part of the world (caipirinha, etc.) The waiters were helpful, quiet and understated as you'd expect in this upscale, relatively formal dining venue. The only slightly odd practice was that your table might be served by different waiters at different points of the evening (not clear if you were served by whoever was closest/free at any given time, your previous waiter went off duty, or what the logic was.) The last time we went for dinner there the menu had gone through a total makeover with all new dishes. This threw us a bit, but the variation made us feel like we had found a new restaurant. All around this restaurant really enhanced our hotel stay.
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