We were told to come here and we were not disappointed. We both had the chicken burritos. What a treat.
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We had a fun dinner last night....the Cadillac margarita was a hit..and we enjoyed fresh grouper and the horseback shrimp. The sand floor, very friendly staff...thanks Edwardo!....and spicy picante picante picante sauce made it a great local experience.
We were looking for a place for seafood and pick this one because there were a number of locals already seated. The next day, our relative who resides in Puerto Morelos took us there again because she thinks it's the best in town.
We, 2 couples, had dinner here...they guys each had the whole fish, the gals had shrimp...and we were pleasantly surprised by the price ! Fish was cooked to perfection, and delicious, the horseback shrimp were really good - large and wrapped with bacon...the garlic butter...More
Best authentic food and we ate in Puerto Morelos. The drinks were very reasonable and well made. We ate the fried whole fish, which we were able to select personally. We also had the fried plantains. A particular favorite of mine was the Pepita Salsa...More
What a fantastic lunch experience! It is a large palapa with a dirt floor but don’t be fooled this is five star food in an authentic environment. The Horseback Shrimp is a must have and I referred to it as a rodeo of flavor in...More
I would describe this restaurant as quaint with good, but not excellent. Our party of 4 had the fish of the day (grouper) cooked 2 different ways per the server's recommendations. Another had the horseshoe shrimp, and another the surf and turf with steak and...More
A relaxed place to sit and drink food after a day at the beach. The service was attentive and food fresh. My only complaint is that it has been modified for American tastes. So a little bland and not very interesting. Might be a good...More
Very good,unpretentious restaurant serving only the freshest fish and first-class lobster. Great service, good margaritas and, at lunchtime, obviously where the serious local eaters go.(and, yes, they have T shirts for sale which is one step up from the Hard Rock Cafe !)