We had a lovely table for two "at the rail" in this open-air restaurant overlooking the unspoiled, seaside village of San Pancho. The food was among the best we have had in Mexico. Generous portions, moderate prices, and decent wine. The menu was surprisingly varied with unusual preparations and seasonings. Service was superb from Ashley, a young American girl almost out of place in this tiny restaurant; her recommendations were impeccable. We most liked the food and only disliked the difficulty with street parking (we were driving - not a big deal).
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