Here on a port stop on a short cruise, I had read about this stand and decided to give it a try despite the warnings I've read to avoid food stands in favor of restaurants. I had a delicious tostada loaded with clams, would have tried more but was not sure what to order. There are Spanish / English names of all items - but no descriptions. It would have helped me more to have photos up to show what each item was, a little daunting when you can't speak the language & feel like you are holding up the line. $1.25 for a small but delicious tostada, with a couple drops of salsa it was perfect - not too spicy for this non-local to enjoy! I should have left atmosphere unchecked, can't undo it now. It's a food stand on a street corner, no tables just a chair or two available.
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