The dining room is quite elegant and up-market. The food is Bolivian with a modern twist. I had a most elegantly presented llama tenderloin, which was very good, with a large amount of meat. The quinoa cheesecake other people rave about seemed to be nothing special.
The main problem is that we had comically bad service from a trainee waiter. He had to come back twice to check our drinks order ( a bottle of red wine and a bottle of sparkling mineral water). He did not seem to know how to use the corkscrew. The espresso machine was broken so we could not have a coffee to finish the meal. One would expect that a restaurant of this quality would hire an experienced waiter.
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