We had lunch at Ramon's the day before the fire. We enjoyed the decking, the service, and the view. It was a nice place to spend some time.
I had chicken tacos and my husband had the fish 'n chips. The food was presented nicely. The best part of my tacos were the delightful shells. The rest was ordinary.
My husband's food was all about the breading. The fries were pre frozen and not very good. The breading constituted most of the fish portion. He was not happy.
The value for the food could be improved.
We liked this place, but did not like the food. Too bad. We would have stopped again.
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