We had a charming waiter on the late afternoon we dined here. We helped him with some English translations and he helped us with some Spanish translations, and by then we were fast friends! Admittedly we were fearful it would be an anti-climactic dining experience, given Anthony Bourdain's glee over the place and its high rating in every guide book around. But in no time, with a dish of lobster ceviche before us, we were moaning with pleasure. The grilled fish filet with a pesto sauce was heavenly, light and savory without being too filling. And our friends got a paella that I would love to have returned and ordered for myself--a lightly flavored coconut essence to the rice and the seafoods included were each perfectly cooked and clean tasting. We enjoyed coco-limonadas with rum with our meals, the perfect complement to the food and hot day. My mouth is watering as I write this. What a meal that was! Thank you! And to boot, it's on the cutest plazuela in the walled city for people watching.
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