This bar is on the 2nd floor of the structure of the cross and is open from 10 am until 17 pm. Their menu is varied and has regional cuisine like mbeyú (corn starch cake), chipa (ball made of manioc flour, eggs and cheese or variety of cheese) and reviro (cake flour, eggs and salt-fat fried and accompanied, or not, with fried eggs) these are all from the source. We chose to eat on the terrace because the day was very sunny and there were many trees giving off fresh air, the closeness of the Parana River and the mountain streams. We ordered bruchetta with hydrated tomatoes and prosciutto sauce, mushrooms with wine sauce, 2 people ate a kind of scramble but made with pork, cassava and fried eggs and only one person preferred a toasted ham. It was accompanied with white wine, soft drinks and sparkling water. For dessert some had coffee and others a chocolate-nut pie that seemed to be fine by the faces of those who ate. As usual comments and between conversation, I forgot to photograph it. Staff was excellent and constantly attentive to our minimum requirements, all wore black pants, white shirts, aprons and black berets.