Arriving around 8:30pm, the place was abandoned but around 9pm it started to fill up.
We started with a Margarita (excellently tangy sweet and generous with tequila) a Manhattan (perfect) and a frosty Indio beer. We ordered a bottle of wine for the meal.
Our appetizers included the Concha de Neptuno- Lobster and shrimp accompanied pimiento morrón rojo and mixed grated cheeses. It was delicious! And, the Tártara de Atún
Trozos de atún acompañados de cubitos de mango, cebolla morada, guacamole marinadoen salsa Teriyaki, coronado con germen de alfalfa. Also excellent!
For our main course we ordered the Salmón Ratatouille, Pierna de Jabalí al horno and Lengua de Res al cilantro. All 3-plates were beautifully presented and the food was excellent. The leg of wild pig was a little tough but very flavorful. The filet of Salmon was, according to my friend, one of the best anywhere! It was served on a spicy papaya sauce. I tried a nibble and the flavors were tantalizing! The tongue was outstanding! Tender, flavorful and served with pimientos morrones salteados.
For desert we split the Pastel tibio de chocolate. OMG! Just do it.
We were all very pleased with our food the service and the atmosphere. The bill was the really unexpected surprise! Everything, including the tip came to around $1300.00-mxp! based on today's exchange rate, that is less than $100-usd.
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