Very typical beach restaurant on the pacific coast. I checked the reviews on TA and they had the best reviews and so we thought that we would give it a try. We were not disappointed!
For an appetizer we had the fish and shrimp ceviche. It was good but it could have been spicer. Possibly they made it special for us gringos and so not too spicy.
For the main course the 4 of us ordered 2- two kilo red snappers grilled whole, Zarantiadio style. Delicious! I have had fish prepared this way in a very famous downtown PV restaurant ( for twice the price) and it was not as good. I asked our very attentive waiter, Irving Aguilar Segura for the recipe but he nicely told me that it was a family secret dating back 35 years. He did tell me that there are 22 ingredients, so it is a very complex recipe.
Turns out the two fish was way more than we could eat and so we took home what we couldn't eat and I believe there will be enough for another meal at home tonight.
I rated it a 4 because the bathrooms could be cleaner, my wife's Margaret a was just "OK" and the ceviche could have been spicier. But the service was good and how can you beat fresh fish served right on the beach with a bucket of beers to wash it all down.
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