Far off the "strolling to dinner" route, you'll need to cab it, or ride the Paso Ancho bus. Another reviewer mentioned the ride out through the colonia was slightly frightening, as you go through a medium drive, winding over a bumpy road with no destination in sight. Nothing to fear! Most if not all cab drivers know exactly where to go. Cab ride from Old Town was 50 peso. Our arrival was greeted by staff, and we were the 1st diners that night, as the had just opened for the day. Our 1st drinks were complimentary, and our server was a delightful young man. Food was ordered, and was quickly prepared and served. Of course, we tried the Tortilla Soup, for our own self guided inquiry to the best Tortilla soup. The Chicken fajitas were great, but could have benefitted from a little more chicken, for my preferences. We attracted the restaurant cat, "Gordo Gato", and she politely took little bites from us, but was not pushy or insistant in any way. Complementry tequila shots before dinner, and after dessert. The wooden walkway out over the river and to the island is gone...a result of all the rain previous to our visit. It will be rebuilt soon. Louis, the young server, lit a double line of candles on the remainder of the walkway. It's still romantic! We will return, and recommend Cuale Paradise highly.
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