We went twice in early June...slow season. Never more than a few customers. (I've heard, however that in peak season, they are lined up around the block.) It's a family affair. Small, quaint. Some tables in an open air area (hot an humid) and 6 or 7 more inside (air conditioned). It is like being inside someone's home. The whole family taking care of you. The master chef (dad) working at the grill outside near the street.
The food was excellent. Every bit as good as the food at the Vista Grill, but half the price. Now the atmosphere and service and view was not the same as Vista Grill, but food quality was great. Family was so friendly. We took pictures with the family and the chef. A few days later as we were walking down the street, the owner recognized us and offered to get us a drink inside. Instead we went in and had another great meal.
Now, I do have a few warnings. Don't go here if you are on a low fat diet or if you are worried about cholesterol. They use a lot of butter and bacon. Sauces are very french. Very heavy.
Unlike "fine" beef I've had in Cancun and in other parts of Mexico, the filet that I had here was the best I've ever tasted. Like sashimi. Better than fine steak houses in LA or NYC. I don't know where they get their meat, but it's the best I've tasted in Mexico...or North America for that matter. We will return.
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