Two of us celebrated our birthdays at El Sacromente. What a memorable meal! I enjoyed the salad "Dolores del Rio," then "Queen Elizabeth's Crown as an entree. The crown consisted of huge shrimp, standing on the fat end with the tail in the air. Somehow the shrimp were interlocked to form an impressive "crown." This sat on a bed of julienned vegetables, covered with a rich, delicious lobster sauce. For dessert our table enjoyed lime tarts, chocolate lava cakes and heavenly flans. The only problem was the service. We had a very old waiter whom we decided was deaf. He totally messed up our orders, esp for dessert; but we finally sorted things out. We were having such a good time that we didn't mind the flubs, instead laughing at them. While a bit pricier than many restaurants, we all agreed that we received good value for our money.
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