My second time to this outdoor restaurant in Loiza. My party of four ordered three dishes that were poetioned well for sharing. The first dish was the shrimp and creole sauce. The flavor was spot on. Not too salty, but not bland. The second dish was the fried red snapper. Like the shrimp it can be made with a variety of sauces. We went with the creole on this one. It was a bit saltier and not as crispy as the first visit, but nonetheless still a tasty
dish. The third dish to come out was the seafood stew. By far my favorite of the three. There was plenty of seafood, and a good mix of it too. The lobster was a little tough, but the conch was cooked perfectly. I would recommend coming earlier in the day as this is a high yield traffic area at night and the wait for the food is a bit longer. The main downside for tourists may be the language barrier. Thankfully, I've picked up a little bit of Spanish within the last year to order food.