This is a local mom & pop seafood place, just about 50m off the "triangle" in Santa Elena. It is not a fancy place, just a pleasant local establishment that seemed to have no tourists, other than ourselves, with fútbol on the TV, 1990s Muzak and a nautical decor. The proprietors' son was the only visible employee, serving as waiter, bartender and busboy (and he spoke perfect English). We enjoyed the ceviche pescado, followed by the "filet aux Marquez," which was a broiled filet of sea bass served in a cream sauce, topped with baby shrimp. It was served quickly and it was delicious! The mojitos were advertised as "the best this side of Cuba," made with Mandarin-limes (rangpur), and they were quite good. Highly recommended.