The restaurant is in an older hotel and what I like best is the validated parking for the restaurant is cheap. That's where the good ends.
The restaurant overlooks busy and noisy AIA roadway but the beach is still visible.
The menu is simple and basic with no surprises. Service was good but slow.
We tried several items such as a pedestrian guacamole made even worse by the crab addition and a forgettable tuna tostada for appetizers.
It was however the entrees that were below average: A boring and flavorless Yucatan Chicken and salmon mole. Neither were very good. Prices are reasonable for being on the beach.
This is really a place to hang out for a drink (if you have the misfortune of being stuck in Fort Lauderdale) otherwise there is no reason to go to this restaurant.
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