This was a return visit after a year hiatus. Sat with 7 others, five of whom were pleased with their more traditional dishes of tacos, quesadillas, veggie burrito. Two of us were disappointed in the Pescado Rico (tilapia in crusty breading). The fish was "fishy" tasting, no doubt a frozen Asian variety. The plantains were over-cooked and too heavily breaded. The salad was excellent as was the salsa provided for the chips. Very nice, inexpensive bottles of wine available along with wine margaritas and beers. Close seating and noisy.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.