I tried the Ahi tuna taco, and they were seared to perfection, still mostly raw in the center, spiced perfectly. The tacos were also very large, quite generous portions.
So even though the prices were relatively high (I'm from SoCal where I can get much cheaper fish tacos) these were good quality and quantity.
The ambiance of the restaurant is why I take away a star: it was over all crowded, and quite noisy. Not very relaxing, like the rest of Monterey.
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