After everyone's amazing reviews, food blogs and press on how amazing this stand was, I expected it to be mind blowing. We got four tostadas - the uni, the octopus, and two of the ones with uni spread, clam, avo, and lime as well as a small campechana. While amazingly tasty, we had begun our trip south with a full day of exploration in the town of Popotla, where we had a dozen oysters, deep fried marciano crab, deep fried lobster with rice and beans and tortillas, fresh from the sea and live uni (4 of them) in a ceviche, a campechana, and a plate of pata de mula for under $40 USD. If we had begun our trip here, we may have enjoyed it more and therefore it is not the fault of La Guerrerense. It was just a bit more pricy in comparison for what you get but obviously in comparison to US prices, it's so worth it. It's easy to find, on the main pedestrian street in Ensenada and everyone knows where it is. Def the hot spot. The restaurants around it were empty but this stand was lively with locals and tourists. Parking is easy right next to it if you go a bit off hours. Ordering and paying is a bit different. It's easiest to order everything you want to eat and pay after you're done than trying to flag down the owners to pay in between orders.
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