The minimalist, fashionable and very popular De Santos restaurant, offers some of the most innovative cuisine in the city, featuring culinary ... More
The minimalist, fashionable and very popular De Santos restaurant, offers some of the most innovative cuisine in the city, featuring culinary creations with Mediterranean influences. After dinner, the place is transformed, and the bar area takes over, as the place is transformed into a hip nightclub. The place is set up so the acoustics fill the place, and the music is ever present. The DJ takes requests, so the musical landscape changes with the whims of the crowd. The afterhours clientele ranges from the mid-20's to early 30's crowd.
With so many great (and really good) restaurants in PV, this is one that does not really deserve a second glance. The atmosphere is intriguing, the wait staff we found competent. But De Santos does not have a "no smoking" section and the taste of the meal was lost in the thick pall of cigarette smoke that continuously wafts throughout the dining room. Food was OK, but not outstanding.
The food and ambience are first rate. We ordered beef and lamb and it was very good. The only area that requires improvement is the wait staff. Service started off very good, but quickly declined. Still, I would go back again. Enjoyed the modern couch-style dining areas. Didnt get to stay for the dancing however (doesnt start until 2am)...
I went there because they reconmended as a good restaurant. In my experience the food is ok but not as good as others and the service is really slow. Also I found it really expensive for the value. If you are looking a good place I recomend the restaurant Ztai (just next door of de santos) that is the same concept but food is to die for, and service is great.
Very artsie restaurant, all white.. if you plan on going later you will get the crowd coming in for the bar and nightclub. I like that they give you a new bread plate with olive paste with every part of your dinner. The lobster bisque soup was very good, I had the chicken croute, very good, big! My husband had the duck would pass on, the sauce was too thick to enjoy the duck. Dessert was good. Service was okay, the restaurant was a little crazy with an art showing and artist in the restauarant, so i think they were concentrating on him.
This is an over all experience for those that want to get off the Main water front area and chill w/ locals.
One of the owners is from one of the greatest rock bands of all time I believe and it gets plenty of beer models from what I remember.
Great food, staff and atmosphere.
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