My wife and I went here for a birthday dinner. The service is very good, and the menu is varied. I had the whole grilled red snapper with ginger and chilis and it was very well prepared. We came a dusk so it was a bit dark at the table and there were a lot of bones in the fish. I should have ordered it with more light. My wife had the shrimp provencal which she said was very good. We shared the octopus appetizer which was a large portion, easily shared. This by Sayulta standards is an expensive restaurant and a good choice for tourists who don't want street tacos (their loss) or for special occasions. The view is pretty special at sunset.
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