Santa Marta had an impressive development in the last 5 years and a lot of new restaurants is the best sign, besides the recovery of the Parque de los Novios also called Santander as a vibrant spot of nightlife. The Marc de Sabores is one of the very good new restaurants of the city center. At walking distance from the Malecón and most of the also new hotels, the place is in an old house plainly decorated and simple setting, but good cuisine. I think they should define themselves to focus on local and Caribbean dishes and let the Peruvian experiments aside because the menu is a bit confusing offering the tipical "cayeye" (mashed plantain) but also causas (Peruvian mashed potato), but the clearly Caribbean ones are much better. I suggest to try the seafood or fish caceroles or the rices, being the best the lobster and shrimp risotto that could be really wonderful if served without the annoying half lobster in the shell, precisely the part with almost no lobster meat as it comes without the claws or tail, so the shell only accomplish a very doubtful decoration purpose and is misleading to the customer when the table is served with the tool and you think a full lobster is in the way. Much to be improved, but the restaurant has a lot of merit worth to try.
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