This restaurant was recommended to us as the place to go to have our fresh caught fish cooked. We are so glad that we took the recommendation. We brought our fresh caught Dorado here to be cooked. The waiter made some recommendations on cooking the fish 5 ways and having it done 2 ways for appetizers. We told him to go for it.
We had ceviche and sashmi for apps. I enjoyed both. Hubby tried both, said they were good, but he is not a big fan of these types of items. He's tried them in the past when I've ordered and he did say they were better than some of the other places I had ordered at in the past.
For dinner we had the fish blackened, in a teriyaki sauce that was a little spicy, garlic and butter, a papaya/mango sauce - I think this is the house specialty, sweet sauce (it had something like a salsa on it - not sure if it was actually called a sweet sauce) and a coconut/mayo sauce. (Now I'm not 100% sure this is everything they did as I'm ready from my notes, but it is really close). It was all really good. They served it with rice and beans. Our favorites was the fish in the coconut/mayo sauce (this was our absolute favorite - going to try this at home), the papaya/mango and the sweet sauce. The rest of the fish was great, but we loved these three. We each had 2 drinks and a bottle of water. Total bill $53 US.
The ambiance of this place is just great. Outside seating, clean, nicely decorated, service was great, background music that is overpowering. If you didn't know better you would never guess you were in the middle of a big city. The owner came over and introduced himself and check to make sure everything was to our satisfaction.
I checked the regular menu while we were there and they had quite a variety with many items that we would have tried had we not brought fresh fish with us. Prices were very reasonable. Definitely on our "will be going back again" list for our next trip to Cabo.
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