My wife and I had lunch here on a Saturday (the only day they're open for lunch) and couldn't have been more pleased. The menu changes daily and is explained to the table in detail when you are seated. It's written in Spanish, but can be translated into English if your party isn't fluent. There are many fish and vegetarian options. We had the mahi mahi ceviche, chile relleno, and wood-fired mushrooms. All were delicious, as were the cocktails and the local Craft Brewing Co. beers. Our server was knowledgeable and pleasant and the service was attentive.
Oh, and many of the tables are located directly on the beach, under a grove of coconut trees. Truly magical location. The only downside is that the restaurant is located up a steep, dusty hill just outside of town. But, you can use the exercise as an excuse to order whatever you'd like!
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