The restaurant is almost like a treehouse. You go up narrow staircases through 3 levels of cozy dining spaces and open terraces. We were there early, so we got the table with the best view on the top terrace. We could see the whole city! The drinks were great -- especially the pisco sour. But the food was only so so. The mixed seafood was rich and delicious, but the quinoa salad was about half a cup of nicely flavored quinoa set beside a giant pile of shredded iceberg lettuce. I'd like to give the place the benefit of the doubt. The view was really something spectacular. We were there right at sunset on a 3rd floor deck covered with morning glories. It really doesn't get much better than this. But the food alone? Kind of meh.