On our first full day in Merida we headed down the street to Marlin Azul for some cold cervezas, ceviche mixto, shrimp in mojo de ajo for my wife and “drunken shrimp” covered with a cilantro sauce for me. We had heard they had a small air conditioned dining room next door, but failed to notice the separate entrance to the left and ended up in the main room. The place was patronized by locals and we felt that it was an authentic Meridian experience. The ceviche was OK, the two shrimp dishes each a bit better. Service was slow but it was a little busy. Our bill was 308 pesos ($24.64) plus tip.
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