Named for Alfredo Di Lelio, dubbed "La Maestosissime Fettucini" for creating the sublimely rich Fettucini Alfredo in 1908, this intimate, candlelit dining room is the island's most elegant restaurant. A major change in 2013 improved the place immensely, when the formerly cavernous, characterless room was divided to create two separate restaurants (the other, called Napa, serves primo steaks and seafood). Waiters who've been at the hotel 30 years or more still deliver bowls of olives, bruschetta, and irresistible breads to the table as diners ponder their choices, including a divine beef carpaccio with black truffle mushrooms. Splurge on herb-crusted rack of lamb or Milanese-style veal chop, or, for a lighter meal, try the flaky dover sole with lemon and capers. Ask for pasta instead of potatoes with your meal, or go Italian with lobster risotto. Dare you to finish an full order of legendary Fettucini Alfredo—share with tablemates as a side dish instead. The hotel's informal El Caribeño restaurant, set beneath a long palapa beside the sea, serves an exceptional buffet breakfast and guacamole prepared tableside as well as ceviche, salads, burgers, and seafood at lunch and dinner.