Dinner was excellent. Fish, quesadillas, fajitas, and pasta were all very good. Service was good - as others have mentioned, just one waiter, but he is friendly and attentive. We were there during slow season, so maybe when it is slammed the service suffers. Breakfast wasn't as good as dinner, but still good and reasonably priced. Juices are excellent. Only drawback is one shared by most restaurants in the area, they are sometimes out of certain dishes/ingredients and it may be several days before they get them again.
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