Author: Dagmar Reinhard
Scala Restaurant is located at the top of the Escaleras mountain North of Uvita and offers an incredibly beautiful contour between the jungle and the sea. It is outdoors so you can enjoy the cool breeze that blows across the terrace.Scala has an extraordinary gastronomic approach, using a unique and innovative culinary strategy that characterizes signature cuisine.
Chef Marlón and his team express their experiences and feelings in each of the dishes, using avant-garde techniques, without forgetting their ancestors.Its objective is to maintain the dignity of the product, the protagonists being our fruits and vegetables that come from small national producers, the meats that are free of hormones and additives. The seafood comes from certified responsible fishing.For corporate dinners, birthdays and conferences the Crystal Room with A / C was created.
The bar is beautifully designed and showcases all kinds of spices that can be infused into your drink to perk up the taste buds. Let’s start with a very refreshing melon cocktail with sparkling wine, fresh melon and pitahaya syrup. The bar tender Diego himself prepares the syrups, among others the exotic dragon fruit and other infusions. Mix each of the drinks to the client’s taste.
For the owners and managers of Scala Restaurant, Mariana and Attila, this is a dream come true. Mariana especially stood out in the creation of the restaurant’s sweets and desserts. They also own the successful Sibu Café and Gelato, a beautiful ice cream parlor in downtown Uvita. They feel that they are passionate food artists who need to express their talents with all their hearts. Scala’s mission is to provide a pleasant and personalized experience to its clients so that their visit is unique.
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