This is definitely a tourist trap though the waiters and cooks work extremely hard to manage the crowds. We came as a family. Since I don't eat meat, I found the menu very limited and had trouble finding something to eat. I finally ordered the fish ceviche and, while tasty, the dish was more of an appetizer despite having ordered the large size (and paid over $10 for it). It came with four tortilla chips--NO JOKE--so I used the two leaves of iceberg lettuce to give some substance to the dish. Even a side basket of tortilla chips to scoop the fish and marinade would have significantly improved the dish. My son and husband really enjoyed their arroz con poyo (chicken and rice dish). Fun atmosphere, but would not go back.
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