Our restaurant is enhanced by the romance and taste of fire, our
food is cooked on a old Andean technique called “infiernillo”
(little hell) were we cook in between two wood fires, on different
sized iron griddles, that go to the table with the sizzling
delicacies. The result is very special, with the added flavors of
simplicity; olive oil and fresh herbs from our garden are the added
luxury to our food.
A classic Wood oven were we bake our breads and desserts is the last
step of this restaurant that reaches as close as possible to our
soul of south-American produce and history.
Leaving the city of Punta del Este you drive on the coast highway
towards the east passing the towns of La Barra, Manantiales and
Punta Piedras, finally arriving to Jose Ignacio.
On the roundabout just before entering the town, you take the Sains
Martinez road towards the Route 9. When you reach the route 9 you
cross it remaining on the same road you were going, following our
signs to the town of Garzon.