We ended up eating there pretty much every night since it was right across the street from our hotel that only served Italian food....
There were so many interesting dishes on the menu that we had plenty of choice despite of us being pescetarians (so don't eat meat but the occasional fish). We also enjoyed the open kitchen as well as the creative and cosy stile of the entire place.
Prices were average considering the expensive Mayan coast.
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