In common with others we stumbled upon this place. We had originally planned to eat elsewhere but a power cut put paid to that and we decided to give it a try. We had checked it out earlier in the day and it looked a bit cavernous and we were concerned that it might be a bit empty. Think again . . . at 7:30 the place was full. In the end we ate there 3 times and each meal was very good. There is a very good tuna salad for 2 pesos and a slightly unusual but tasty bruschetta for around the same price. We shared the seafood "special" on the second evening (15 pesos = £10) which included a lobster, large hunk of fish and prawns all in a tasty seafood broth . . . with rice, veg etc on the side. The mojitos were strong and again only 2 pesos. One the last night I enjoyed an excellent filet mignon for ~5 pesos and unless you splahed out on the specials it was difficult to spend 20 pesos (£12-13) on a meal for 2 including a couple of mojitos each.
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