I thought it was going to be good, and I was not disappointed, excellent service and the food was some of the best in a long time. The kidney risotto was incredible.
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We went with our children, being a place that offers food oriented to an adult public we were a bit reluctant. Luckily the "milanesa" was perfect for the kids, meanwhile we had great main courses. I recommend the "ravioli", a superb dish with the right...More
Montevideo is cold today however this restaurant is warm and welcoming Great choice of menus and the white catemayor Sauvignon Blanca is incredible I chose the asparagus and scallops wow Then the pulled lamb cannelloni This is one of the nicest things I have eaten...More
we looked inside and somehow felt, let's try it. We did and we did well. Very nice ambience, friendly and welcoming, Mercedes, the owner received us warmly (it was our first visit, hopefully not the last!) and accepted even a little extra-wish I had in...More
Finding somewhere to eat on a Monday night seems to be a bit of a struggle in Uruguay. Although not quite as bad as a Sunday! We found that Dueto was open on a Monday and decided to get there for opening which is at...More
I was visiting Uruguay with a group of friends, one of whom was celebrating a special birthday during our trip. We needed a place that could accommodate 12-15 people near Plaza Independencía and Dueto was recommended by the hotel. Arriving at a restaurant at 8pm...More
This restaurant has been established by two 'young gastronomers'. It is a gorgeous old venue with a classy menu and very affordable set menu (as well as a la carte). The lamb dish was soft and tasty, and the ice cream light and fresh.
A fine dining experience. The lights and the music were low and sweet. The lomo was cooked just right; the asparagus and onion a bit overdone but ok. The service was calm but attentive enough and the crowd was not overwhelming. The red wine went...More