Hospitality, Honesty and Location
Posted Jan 27, 2016
Just one blocks from Plaza Ing. Juan Pedro Fabini, where you can find locals dining under umbrellas while the kids and families enjoy the artistic garden and grounds of the plaza. It's full of life, music and great food. It's also a few blocks from a great stroll along the coastal drive called Rambla República Helénica where you'll find jogger's, local's fishing or just relaxing under the sun. It's a vibrant city thats easy to walk around in and learn the streets almost immediately. If you enjoy good food and great hidden spots, find your way to Mercado del Puerto, Piedras, Montevideo 11000, it's a building that has about dozen or so open eateries, with a huge flaming grill at each restaurant filled with the best meats, fish and vegetables pretty much in south america. You can either choose a table or sit around the flaming grill and watch the action. If you are a beef eater, then you truly found the best tasting tender beef you'll ever have. The taste even matches the smell while it's cooking. Chicken, Blood Sausage, Tenderloin, Fish, Vegetables, it's all there sitting on a flame waiting for you. This place is truly something you should not miss. You can't go wrong staying here, all the museums, galleries and plaza's are within your reach. Also, Uber is available there, as I used them for all my extended travels outside the city, so that a huge plus.