Oh what I do for you, my readers.
We've been meaning to go for a little while yet, but just haven't made it. Well, friend Kevin is in town, and leaves in a few days - so today was probably our last opportunity to spend a little time one on one, well OK, two on one! So after brief discussion, and since he had heard some very favorable reviews and wanted to go as well it was a slam dunk opportunity.
Located on the West side of Montejo, between 33 y 35 #465
There is a huge parking area in the back which is a serious bonus as parking along Montejo is nearly non-existent.
The lot is covered in grava, and has lots of large trees for shade. It is quite long and narrow so if packed could get tricky.
The entrance from the parking area is incredibly un-impressive which seems odd since you'd expect people to use the parking area and enter through there. However, as we approaced a hostess was there immediately, held the door for us and warmly greeted us in to the restaurant.
Inside, as is typical for a re-use of one of the big old colonial homes on Montejo are lots of arched opening, and super high ceillings. The place has had a facelift, it has a lovely yellow and white paint theme, oriental prints, and plants set into oriental pots, white table clothes, and ruffled cushions on the wooden chairs. There are 3 separated but open dining rooms.