Review: All dishes were between $250 and $310 (pesos uruguayos) and they included bread and carrots sauce as an appetizer and chai tea after the meal. I had lunch there three or four times during my trip, it was really worth it. If you want vegan food, you just need to tell the staff. There are many vegan options and they will prepare your chai without milk if you prefer this way. Everything tastes great. The (vegan) koftas are the best option if you are hungry. The Plato Hindu(vegetables, chapati bread, rice and a side chutney)and the veggie chapati sandwich were the highlights for me. The Bifecitos de seitan with pumpkin mash are both vegan AND delish. If you come to Punta, don't miss this place.