I had read rave reviews of the fish tacos and I think my experience might reflect inflated expectations based on those reviews. My son ordered the fish and chips and liked it. My husband ordered the garlic shrimp and was quite happy. I had the marlin tacos. I was expecting chunks of grilled fish with a sauce of some kind and some vegetables, maybe cabbage. Instead, the fish was smoked and shredded. It was tasty, but kind of dry. The tacos consisted of the fish and some melted cheese, making them even more dry. I asked for a side order of coleslaw, which was delicious and somewhat spicy. That helped the tacos a lot. I'm surprised they don't put it with the tacos to begin with. The beer was quite cheap; 16 oz for 25 pesos or the obscenely huge liter for 40 pesos. I'll probably go back because the rest of the family wants to, but I won't order the tacos. For myself, this was 3 stars, but I bumped it up to 4 for my son and husband.
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