A mainstay of upmarket eating in Puerto Iguazú, this culinary heavyweight still packs a punch. The salads are inventive and delicious, as are the imaginative river-fish (mostly pacú and surubí) creations. Meat with a variety of sauce options is reliably good; the homemade pasta is cheaper but doesn’t disappoint. Service is good but slow. The wine list has a high flagfall.
Tables are packed in a bit tightly for a fine-dining experience but it beats waiting in a long line.