Our tour guide recommended this family run restaurant to our group of seven. It is located in a charming neighbourhood of middle class homes. On entering, there's a bar and a waiting area. Through a door is the intimate dining area of about five to eight tables depending on the size of the parties. There is also patio dining in the garden and an upstairs area which I did not personally see. Most of the meals are set at 20 converted Cuban peso and included a cocktail, an appetizer, main course, sides, dessert and coffee. The lobster entree was available for an additional 2 pesos and the mixed seafood grill for another 5 pesos. My pina colada served in a pineapple was the best I had on this particular trip. We had a choice of chicken or squash soup and both were exceptional. The salad and sides brought for all to share include rice, black beans, etc. My fish was just a little too well done for my taste but was fresh and was still very good. My husband really enjoyed the shrimps, A teenager who's a picky eater loved her grilled chicken. A friend didn't care for his pulled pork saying it wasn't seasoned enough. The ice-cream and custard desserts were great. The coffee with the steamed milk was so much better than our resort's. Overall, excellent food at a great value in a charming atmosphere with friendly and attentive staff. And the owner made it a point to visit with all his guests and asked about our dining experience. I would definitely recommend this restaurant and would return if I'm ever in the area again.
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