The restaurant gives off a French bistro look, with tables closely put together and exposed brick walls. The menu offers specialities that fluctuate between Italian trattoria and Spanish bodega. In Jacinto, amid Montevideo's Ciudad Vieja (meaning “Old Town”), the sea breeze blows over the Rambla Francia and gives Lucía Soria Mediterranean inspirations.
In her brightly lit and stripped-down restaurant, the Uruguayan new gastronomy media darling works with seasonal products from local organic farms. The black board suspended below the counter displays the regular menu and the specials. Try the ricotta gnocchi, served with a sage patty and potatoes, or the autumn lasagna with mushrooms, goat cheese and caramelised tomato sauce. Simple yet refined cuisine, just like Montevideo's easy living.
+598 2915 2731
Menu: around 900 UYU