Limited hours, small menu, but the service, food, and atmosphere are heavenly. The Carmelite nuns run this small French restaurant in an 18th century convent building. The table settings are simple, the room very large, beautiful, but quiet, and the food was excellent. Yes, they serve beer and wine. Prices are very affordable. And at 9:00, the nuns and diners all join in to sing 'Ave Maria'. And all proceeds support their charity. Menus have English translations but most of the nuns speak Spanish and French.
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