Il Tano - Punta del Diablo, Uruguay
Just got home from our second dinner at Il Tano. Was very tasty. Attentive service as well. The owner/chef runs this place for 4 months in the summer and then heads back to Italy to run his other restaurant. This is a relatively small, cozy place with great attention being paid to quality ingredients. The pasta is made in house. The herbs and vegetables were very fresh, the steak was seasoned perfectly. This is a little more expensive then other nearby restaurants, but not much, and quite worth it in our opinion. Also, they take credit cards (although we noticed that they just opened a brand new ATM a few meters away today - the first in PdD!) and have a reasonable wine list. Quite happy to have stumbled upon this place.