Away from the massive tourist walkways, it was refreshing that this spot was further inland and didn't have the drunk, tourist crowd and vendors. None of the staff seem to really know any English which is also refreshing, so brush up on some simple Spanish! They do have a menu available in English, so check them both out if you are Spanish-impaired.
I love authentic tacos, and I love seafood. Combine the two and you have a heaven wrapped in a tortilla. The food was fresh and had so much flavor. Even if you are not big on tacos or seafood, you have to at least try it, otherwise you'd be cheating out on exploring the local cuisine. The tacos are priced per taco, and was roughly about 25 pesos each, so just keep that in mind.
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