The mixed ceviche was fresh and delicious, the arroz con pollo traditional and tasty, and the kids, who are a little less adventurous, thoroughly enjoyed their heaping helpings of fish & chicken fingers (even though the restaurant's version of ranch dressing is closer to a caesar). Our waiter, Javier, could not have been friendlier or more attentive. We accidentally ordered two extra servings of papas fritas, due to the language barrier, but took them to go and had them for breakfast. The restaurant is located just across the street from the water so the view is good, and the slight breeze welcoming. Welcoming place to stop for a bite (or a tall beer) in Pt. Jimenez.
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