Several locals recommended Capitan Cook, so we gave it a try. It is a bit rustic. You have to get up and walk across the restaurant (outdoors) to read the menu on the wall. There they show you the fresh fish and seafood options in a big ice chest.
The fried fillet of mero was pretty good, but the underside of the grilled fillet of mero had a bad burnt grill taste.
The worst surprises came with the bill. First, 18% "tax" was added to the total, which had not been added to the total at other local restaurants. Second, the Dominican peso cost had been calculated into dollars, but at DOUBLE THE PRICE! And third, when I pointed out the "error", they recalculated at a peso exchange which still cost 10% more than the current exchange rate.
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