All fresh they told me. Pulpo al mojo de aho was tasty, whole fried fish very good to excellent, with meat falling off the skeleton, and a filet of mojarra al mojo de aho was also good. Good beer varieties for 20 pesos a bottle. Meal prices in the 60-80 range. Bread tastes like San Francisco sour dough with a truly chewable crust-in Mexico!!! Not the very very best but well worth a couple of visits, or more. Closed Monday. 11:30-18:30.
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