Boy, from the street we thought this was a winner. After all, what else do you have to go on when you're new to Mazatlan and there are 1,000 restaurants to choose from?
The exterior and interior are great, but the food? Not so much. We decided on this night we were going to keep things light and just order tapas to share. First off, if you don't speak Spanish the menu will be difficult. The staff does not speak fluent English either, so good luck with questions.
We took a shot in the dark at some kind of potato bravas thing that was ok, although it was presented more like a Scandinavian casserole than a finger food you'd expect out of an appetizer. The tomato bread is exactly that: mushed tomatoes on bread without any seasoning whatsoever. We also got the torta pincho and it behaved more like a quiche we'd serve back in Minnesota on Easter morning. Again, just ok, but when you're competing with 100s of restaurants, OK won't cut it. And am I the only one who thinks that tapas shouldn't require a spoon and fork?
Long story short, don't be fooled by the facade. Try someplace else.
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