I returned to the Pelican twenty years later. What a difference but what a consistent location. We sat outdoors and the view of the city is magnificent. The restaurant serves a fusion menu featuring entrees at a standard price, considering the location. The food is superb. At least what we tried. They surprise you with a moist corn bread on a board just coming out of the oven while waiting for the food - it was a a delicious surprise. We tried the Mediterranean Mussels with sweet and spicy coconut sauce and bread croutons, which was awesome. The sea bass and salmon buñuelos with saffron aioli are very delicate in flavor and a crusty consistency. The spider roll with Asian pear and soy paper made some room still for a corvina ceviche, traditional and very well prepared. We had a Cote du Rhône that helped our palate throughout that rainbow of flavors.
It was a great time and I felt déjà vu - although I worked a summer job as a waiter many moons ago- when the the restaurant was really “rustic” and not the eclectic beautiful place of nowadays. I recommend it!
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