It is very difficult to pronounce on cost in Venezuela these days. With 70% inflation and a variable black market rate, it really depends on what exchange rate you got. So I will judge this restaurant by its food and atmosphere.
We ate here on two nights. It seemed to be a little way from the city centre, but I have no real idea if it was walkable as we were dropped of by car.
I liked the atmosphere, I liked the food and I liked the staff, so that added up to a good evening.
In particular I enjoyed the large prawns. As with most food in Venezuela, the portions were large. We shared a number of dishes amongst ourselves, and that worked well.
I would recommend this restaurant, and would certainly eat here again if I was back in Merida
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