Occasionally we find a restaurant that elevates the quality of traditional food - like TONA. We had no reservations, but were able to get a table - we recommend that you make reservations. Recognizing our Spanish limitation, the waiter introduced us to the manager, who patiently described every dish on the menu. The Chef, Hugo Soca, prepared two menus - The traditional menu had a wide range of comfort foods that included a breadth of flavours from beef tongue in a onion vinaigrette to lamb meatballs with pasta. The modern menu had a flair, with more vegetables and delicate flavours. The servers were very attentive and engaging - we discussed recipes for Spaetzle The atmosphere was comfortable and friendly. Overall, I was very impressed with this restaurant and would put this restaurant on the top of my list for my next visit to Montevideo.
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