A local friend introduce me to this restaurant and I visit it every time I visit Poblado. Seafood is great and there's options for those that don't like seafood.
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Asked for strawberry frappes, bought only one, and I was with my daughter. Asked for a well done churrasco. It came overcooked. Only edible with ketchup. The arroz mamposteao was good. My plate was crab rice with tostones. That' s what I got. This dish...More
Quiet atmosphere. Friendly service. Really fresh fish and seafood. Will go back again. Try it " Cam- Lang" rice. EXPECTACULAR..!
This place used to be very good years ago. It is under a new administration and portions have gone down and prices up. Son had the skirt steak and he ordered it cooked medium and came well done. French Fries were just frozen out of...More
I have been visiting this place for more than 15 years. Even though it has gone through various changes of ownership, the very important consistency in quality of food and service is still there. Very fresh local lobster and snapper. No fancy setting but great...More
Nice and cozy, casual, great service. Limited menu, but good quality food. Fresh fish, salad and other sides very good. Try the 'mamposteao' rice. They will offer fish broth and bread, at no charge. You can bring your own bottle of wine, usually uncorked at...More
My lobster was large, tender and fairly priced, my mother's red snapper was amazingly fresh and tasty, my brother asked for a dish that normally arrived stuffed with different types of fish and when he asked it could only be stuffed with shrimp they agreed...More
Our meal was fantastic!!! It started with the Sea Food broth and buttered bread which was amazing! Our Paella was the best we've ever had and the Sea Bass was outstanding. We even got to pick our own fish. Our server Nelson was sooo kind...More