The small restaurant is on Pedro Clisante, the main street, in between several others. The food is good and plentiful and there are few meals that cost as much as $10. The Canadian owners, Ray and Sue, are hands on owners and at least one always there to keep their eye on what is happening. Their employees have been with them for a long time and are very friendly. The menu is varied and includes the regular offerings as well as fish and chips and shepherd's pie.
The tables are in an open-air area and there are only a few. However, there are options inside if they are occupied.
The restaurant has a local following, which benefits it during times when tourism is slow.
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