For such a prime location and signage, and relatively selective menu, many of the items seemed geared towards catering most likely to the European crowd. We were disappointed. It was NOT a "cruise ship" day, the TV was blaring,(wrestling-ugh). Most of the inside tables, were not even set, and the chairs all askew, with some of the staff watching the TV. Should have went with the first impression, and just left, but we decided to try it, as I said, the menu had a pretty decent selection. I had a camerones dish - average at best, not many shrimp compared to the other places we have dined in town. My husband had Chicken Fajitas, also average. Drinks, seemed watered down.. Maybe it was the end of them being busy all day? or everyone was winding down to go home? it was before the tourist season really kicked in.. there are so many other places to discover, I don't really see us returning..
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