The restaurant itself is amazing, beautifully decorated with a Maya theme. We sat outside with the lagoon view. The tables are placed under a tent like structure that looks like the cloth that archaeologists use to cover excavations, very unique.
The food was very good. I went with my mother and sister, we all ordered a variation of the same local fish. I can't quite remember what it is called but all three dishes were amazing.
My sister had the Maya style with a very authentic spice rub, I had Veracruzana style with a really good tomato and olive sauce and my mother had their fried fish with the mango and tamarind sauces. The portions were generous.
I also had their cream of habichuela soup as a starter, it was soo good. The presentation of the dishes was beautiful, my soup had a flower drawn with cream over the surface. We really liked that they gave us a small palate cleanser between courses of lemon sorbet served in a guava cup, it was a nice detail.
They offer a selection of breads that are all very good.
This restaurant is not cheap but considering the quality of the service and the food as well as the gorgeous setting we felt it was well worth it.
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