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The food was not the best very small portion. Too salty. El clamato average I couldn't taste the 🍺. Just the place is pretty but I wouldn't came back again for the food. 1 time not the best experience the service also average, we have...to call another server to order extra tostadas. We tried tacos,tostada, and one sope of chorizo de abulon,2 clamatos el guapo, nothing to impress. Ios Arcos y mariscos Navolato y carrera San Felipe still my favoritesMore
My wife, two kids and I had a fantastic experience here. A extremely classy place, with an island vibe, but in an Afro Cuban jazz kind of way. Like I said, very classy.
Nereo was our waiter. It’s refreshing to see someone who has mastered...the craft of hospitality with passion and care like he has. He was diligently attentive, but not overbearing, knew his product and very personable (he knew all our names from the first introduction).
The whole snapper was perfectly prepared, filleted for easy enjoyment, and the presentation was incredible. Our drinks were hand crafted with a true mixologist mindset. I highly recommend, not coming to just eat and drink, but experiencing the cuisine, cocktails and amazing service(there is a difference). We will be returning soon.More
My husband and I went here during lunch and we were beyond satisfied with our food experience. Martin, our waiter, was so sweet and accommodating to our needs by providing us excellent service. We ordered the shrimp fried rice, baja cali taco, ahi tuna, and...a fish entree (forgot the name), The flavors and richness of the spices and fish were amazing and by far one of the best seafood places we've ever been too in our lifetime.
I 100% recommend eating here when you're visiting Tulum Beach! The waiters here wear masks all the time so it's safe to eat here during COVID.More
One of the best seafood places in Tijuana. As I always said: service its almost everything!!! Service its impeccable!
You have to try the specialty: red snapper tostada! Its simply tasty and amazing!
Also the marlin taco and ceviches are wonderful! Very well decorated!
A...gourmet way to eat amazing seafood!More
This restaurant is part of a local chain of sea food restaurants. This particular location is one block away from Revolucion Ave in Tijuana and it is kind of old and casual ambiance. The food its good but I like other locations better.
Thousands of red snapper ceviche tostadas have been served in this establishment, probably over a million since I last checked. This tostada deserves some serious award, no wonder it is the restaurant´s signature dish. I discovered Nais (pronounced nice) some 5 years ago and I...have become a regular. The menu is plentiful with other fish and sea food cooked in classical Mexican sauces and served in typical clay pots. Grilled octopus, shrimp cocktails, hot or mild to wash down with mezcalitas, a variety of margarita made with mezcal instead of tequila. The original location downtown Tijuana is very casual and has a great old fashioned bar next door which is called El Tinieblo. Tiniebla means darkness but, although the bar is in deemed lighting, there is nothing dark about it, the staff is friendly and knowledgeable and the ambiance is often filled with laughter and fun conversations. I love this place. There is a newer fancier location uptown but the menu is the same, the only difference is that it is served in a more formal atmosphere with white tablecloths. Same friendly service, same prices, which by the way are very reasonable. The service in both locations certainly deserve a generous tip, they earn it for sure.More
This is one of my favorites restaurants, everything is fresh and not so elaborate with a very good result. Not expensive and very good service.
I’ve visited this place frequently and have never been disappointed. Opening hours must be corrected, they don’t close on weekend