The dishes are all from the Sinaloa region, on the western cost of Mexico. It means a lot of fresh seafood: ceviche, lightly (read: rightly) cooked shrimp salad, fish tacos, and more. Really, the food is great and you can conveniently find pictures of all the dishes on the wall, which makes choosing a little easier. The friendly (and English-speaking) stuff will gladly be of service.
I took the shrimp salad, was a touch spicy (made with black pepper) and very generous in shrimp and lettuce.
A tip of advice: don't miss the house water! Very refreshing, very tasty. I took the Sinaloence Barley, was a touch sweetened and very good.
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