We stopped in for dinner, sat outside with a nice breeze helping to cool things down. I ordered ceviche camarone and Ken had Arroz con pescado, which was dorado breaded and pan fried. My ceviche was good, nothing amazing but delicious and filling. Shrimp were fresh, nice seasoning and spice to the dish. I added a bit of aji and that took the spice up a notch where I like. Ken's fish was delicious. Not greasy, very lightly breaded, and the fish melted in your mouth. I know because I snuck a few bites of it!
I ordered a caipirinha and it was so good I ordered two more. Raw sugar, fresh limes, yum.
Service was attentive, pleasant, cost was $4 for the fish, and $6 for the ceviche, and $2.50 each for the caipirinha. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal.
Also, in response to another reviewer about making change. Cambio is hard to come by. Smaller the bills the better. We only pay with $5 and under bills, and if we pay with some quarters, they love that! It isn't a rip-off, it is just change (cambio) is seriously very hard and a pain in the butt to get (long lines in banks, and many times THEY run out of coins!)
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