With a variety of dishes, desserts, juices, liquor, it is the best in this area ... it is delicious and the atmosphere is like nature. There is good service and 100% of things fit into the pockets of the people.
Well I am pleased announce that although I was a little depressed on my birthday, December 24, because I couldn't celebrate with my family, I went to the Mano de Dios restaurant and within fifteen minutes of being there, a very beautiful red-haired woman walked in who looked so smart and interesting that I thought she was out of my league. After a few minutes, she approached me and we talked for two hours about very interesting things, but I was scared I couldn't pay the bill so I locked myself in the bathroom. The waiter came to find me afterwards once he found that the bill had been paid and a that there was a business card and envelope on the table with ten thousand bolivars. The lady was an important executive. I left happily to buy ham, cake and bread for my family among other things. On December 25th I called and left her a message. But on Jan. 2 I became an Protection Operator of a factory and I never heard or saw from that woman again, which was so surprising.
Today we ate at this restaurant and it has been highly recommended for an al fresco dinner. The menu is pretty good and the weekday menus are 14 euros, pretty decent. If you find seating, the terrace is very nice.