So enjoyed our dining experience at this very local restaurant. We both had the fried fish, which were excellent.
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We normally avoid restaurants on the malecon, since they tend to cater to gringos (like myself), but Los Laureles is the exception. The clientele is 90% locals and Mexican tourists, which told us it was worth trying. We were absolutely delighted. The servings were huge,...More
Real life ghost story! Tonight we decided to have dinner at a seafood place in La Paz. When we were seated, I could feel someone looking at me (you know the feeling) but when I looked up, I couldn't see anything except this brightly painted...More
Ate here one evening when Tailhunter Restaurant was closed (Tuesdays). Service was slow, didn't have preferred beer (Modelo Negra), and shrimp, which all four of us ordered was OK for two but poor for the other two, certainly nothing to rave about. Consensus, none of...More
We tried the octopus al ajillo and shrimps a la diabla con queso. The portions were big and very tasty. The service from the waiters was great as well. We can really recommend this restaurant as an authentic Mexican (seafood) restaurant which attracts mainly Mexican...More
My wife suggested this restaurant for lunch during our visit to La Paz. Its location provides nice views of the malecón and La Paz Bay just across the street. My wife had the Imperial Shrimp and I tried the coconut shrimp. I sampled the Imperial...More
We had been walking on the malecon and were hungry, and this was about the last place we saw, so we gave it a shot. The TV was so loud we could barely order, and it wasn't even crowded, or any kind of event on,...More
We stopped for an early dinner after a lot of walking on the malecon. There were about 8 tables occupied. There were two TVs going with a Jack Ryan movie, with the sound, with dubbed Spanish audible. Lousy salsa's with the totopos (chips) one like...More
Nice fish restaurant next to the sea front.Good food, friendly service and reasonable prices. Would go again.