“The place was packed so the service took a small hit, a bit expensive but fresh and good food”
It was holy thursday so most ppl eat seafood in Mexico so you can imagine how full the place was. Our 10 ppl table was located right in the middle of the resto and even though they took our order it was a while waiting to get serve. The prices we a bit steep $160 for a huachinango, $35 for a cup of shrimp broth, $70 for a cocktail, $20 for a shrimp empanada, $40 for an octupus tostada....i ask how it was made and prefered with no mayo but still got it with mayo. Took a while to get the second round of lemonades. The dessert was smooth and well balanced.
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