At this resort, you pretty much have to eat here as there is limited access to the town nearby. Places like this are often overpriced and with limited selections. This was not the case as we had very nice dinner. There were multiple items that looked good, presentation was nice, and prices very reasonable for this type of resort.
Unfortunately our Spanish was really bad, and we hit at a night where there was little English speaking staff so we struggled a bit. The wine cellar was very nice, but I had a hard time getting a wine recommendation (menu heavy in south american wines as expected, an I have less experience with those) because of the language barrier and, I think a little bit of an under trained staff from a wine standpoint.
Still, a very nice dinner in a peaceful setting.
PS NO ONE dressed for dinner, we were at best business casual and by far the most elegant in the dining room, most were in hiking/athletic wear. Could have packed lighter.
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