Since our first visit to El Kero we have returned two more times, once for dinner and once for lunch. While most local Japanese restaurants tend to close at around 2pm after lunch and then reopen for dinner around 5pm, El Kero stays open. And it's always crowded.
Our plan is to try everything on the menu.
I am a huge ceviche fan, but the El Kero version can be very cilantro-heavy. It varies though, and it's never the same.
The second time we went there for dinner, there was a group of western foreigners in there who decided to go there after reading my initial El Kero review on Tripadvisor. Very Inception-like situation :-)
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