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We went here for a meal when we were in the neighborhood. Based on the reviews, we expected to taste great fresh fish since it was close to the waters. Unfortunately, all the food that we ate there were subpar. The calamars were rubbery, peto...More
We came here a couple of times for squid and chips/ squid and papas arrugadas, and they were great. If memory serves, they didn't have Vina Frontera dry- we had to make do with afrutado- off dry. Apart from that a lovely spot, and inexpensive,...More
We had the moray eel and parrot fish outside on the front porch. Nice place to eat. Our choices were both very boney and had to be eaten with the utmost care so we didn't choke on any bones. They were both tasty but very...More
We ordered different marine food for starters and as main dishes and they were of excellent quality and taste. The food orders are taken by the chef du cuisine who asks for personal tastes and options for preparation. A very delicious lemon soufflé with caramel...More
I saw no "jackasses" there or (the other meaning in Spanish) any "brothel keeper"
but just a hard-working proprietor attempting to keep up standards by excluding
those who enter wearing beach clothes or without a shirt. It is also "cash only".
The comedor or dining...More