Quaint and low key place. Nearly deserted when we were there, off season and relatively inclement weather, cool and quite windy. From what I know of this place the conditions were likely unusual. Fabulous scenery. My wife had a half a grilled snapper that was very fresh and she thoroughly enjoyed it. Fresh made chips and salsa fresca were brought out prior to our meal. Kitchen isn’t fast by any means but cervezas were cheap enough and we certainly weren’t in any rush. Love the large palapas style building. A bit off the beaten track and pretty rustic. If you want five star dining and a snooty waiter, this is not your place. Our server was good, even though his English was barely passable. To be expected if you’re in an out-of-the-way kind of place in Mexico, doesn’t bother me in the least. The menu has two sides, one in Spanish and the other in English – helpful. If you find yourself here, you’ve probably come to see the famous Tecolote beach and got hungry while you were there. The whole experience was relaxing and a nice way to spend some time near the beach and watch the waves roll in. You could do worse than this perfectly acceptable slice of semi-rural Mexico.
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