If you have a few nights in Puerto Ayora, definitely have dinner on this street one night. (Note: The fish market in town has cheaper plates of fried fish for $5 or $7, but you can get grilled fish at Renato's--worth a try, but the yellow seasoning they put on the fish--maybe it's mustard or curry or something--isn't the greatest, but it's okay.) We enjoyed the Sol y Luna stall better on this street--They had this herb mayo to dunk your fish/shrimp in which was delicious!
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