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All reviews chicken sandwich ceviche local fish sandwiches rice soup turtles swimming great view large restaurant watch surfers fantastic location enjoy the view overlooking the sea pisco sours large portions easter island juts
We ate here two days in a row because the food was good and the view was amazing. It’s right on the water just next to the “swimming hole”. Crashing waves were such a nice addition to our meal. We’d share the fish and chips...More
Once we arrived on the island and checked into the hotel we walked up the road along the ocean to grab a late lunch and found PEA. I had the shrimp and tuna crevice and it was absolutely fantastic. It came with some local purple...More
I got caught in the rain so thought it was a good time for a snack. I had chicken soup, which was served with toasted french bread and a tomato relish; and a capucchino. Both were very good. The restaurant is right on the water...More
A large and touristy restaurant. The views of the ocean are very good and you can easily watch surfers and kayakers do their thing while sitting there. The food was decent, we ordered a cheeseburger ($12.000) and the tuna steak ($14.000). Not phenomenal but good....More
We were not overly impressed with the experience here. Service was subpar, even for island standards. Drinks were not great and while we didn't eat here, the couple next to us had complaints about the food. We were one drink and done.
Great deck overlooking the ocean where you can watch the surfers, sea turtles, and everyone else enjoying the water. Large beer and cocktail selection with a menu of just enough stuff. We shared one order of fish and chips, which is plenty for two people....More
This restaurant has a deck that juts out right over the water, so the views are amazing. There were surfers to watch as well. The seafood is fresh and wonderful. We had the Pil pil camarones (a Spanish shrimp dish) and Mama Tina's fish. So...More