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Ventured to playa Norte from Cancun for the day with a friend that had been many times before, and throughly enjoyed the experience. I was treated to a wonderful tour of the entire island via golf cart, and The views were absolutely spectacular!! I loved...More
Went yesterday for a lunch. I've had beans soup and camaron with shrimps and onion, my husband ate ceviche. We were satisfied with the food, weren't amazed but we were satisfied. And it is not that cheap. The restaurant is charming and service was good.
As I sit in the restaurant I am writing this review, Because it is that good! The husband and I had a camerones Chile rellano and the pork enchiladas suizas. They were both amazing, but if I had to choose the enchiladas were the BOMB!!...More
We had high expectations after reading all the glowing reviews, but boy were we very disappointed. The restaurant was filthy and we even encountered cock roaches. The bean soup was bland. I ordered pork and it was very under cooked. We had to send it...More
My wife and I stopped for a meal and were pleasantly surprised at the great taste of the food to say the restaurant is unassuming would be an understatement but the food is amazing and we felt was a fair price at $100 pesos for...More
We went for lunch during the week. We were the only ones there, but service was ridiculously slow. We actually think they had to go to the grocers to get ingredients for something we ordered. It was super hot, too. I loved that they use...More
We always visit La Lomita for the sopa de frijoles, delicious black bean soup with cilantro, pick de gallo, queso fresca and crema. Having this with a beer in the frozen pottery cups is fantastic. (The enchiladas suisa are good, too!)
So this place is awesome for margaritas , the black bean soup and the enchiladas. I wouldn’t recommend any of the fish dishes, you can get a lot fresher and cheaper on the island. I made the mistake of ordering lobster and it looked more...More