Dining at this family-run restaurant is not exactly on a fast-food pace, so if you’re in a big hurry, go elsewhere. Fish and seafood make up a good part of the menu. The pargo frita and pescado en coco are whole fish with head, bones and tail included; both are very lightly battered before frying, and then cooked to such perfect flakiness that the sweet meat comes away easily from the bone. Meat entrées are either steak, pork or fowl, and come grilled or fried. There are nine appetizers to choose from, most notably the tamales de elote, soft, subtly sweet corn tamales minus the corn husk wrapping. Overall, the quality of the dishes on the menu ranges from very good to somewhat disappointing, so it may take a few tries to find the best this restaurant has to offer.
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash
Parking: No Parking
Reservations: Not Necessary