First of all: you need to know where are you going. It is nothing like a fancy restaurant in the beach. Rather, it is a small cabin in inside a palm trees forest by the sea. No drinking water, nor the facilities you should expect in a decent place; in addition to that, the access to the restaurant is quite complex (not a regular road). Even though with these inconveniences, it is worth to try. I confirm that the kitchen and that the chef were clean enough to trust the meal. First we were seated in a table in front of the beach, but it started to rain, so we went inside the cabin, betweem the kitchen and the sink that a couple of women were using to clean the dishes. There is no menu: they only have a few dishes. We order a whole fish and a shrimps. SUPERB! Even though the fish was fried (which is not my favorite version) it was AMAZING! Super tasty, and the crispy layer was very subtle. Something impossible to find in the States. And the shrimps were super fresh and tasty. In addition, they offer us for free a few pieces of a kind of small lobster to try... so regret I didn't order a whole dish of it. It was so good! Taking the advantage of speaking Spanish, we had a great conversation with the family that owns the restaurant. They were super nice with us, and we tip them accordingly (even though it is not mandatory ot do in Mexico). The price of the meal, something like $25 (including three beers)...what else? I am fan of this place: I WILL COME BACK FOR SURE!
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