Just tu clarify "corriente" does not translate to mean. "Corriente" means current as in sea current.
But its obvious someone needs some grammar classes.
I stumbled into this place by chance. Decided to have a quick taco and found myself there for hours sampling most of there dishes and that delicious Mezcal.
I agree with other reviews it is Kitschy decor (which I loved) made me feel I was in glamorous Acapulco during the 70's. I also agree that the service is excellent and the staff very very attentive.
I would not call it fancy at all !!! Id describe it as inviting.... its casual and with zero pretentions.
I highly recomend this place, its not your typical mexican sea food ...they have managed to create and innovate a new kind of seafood inspired from the local cuisine of the Baja California State. Very creative , bold and delicious dishes I had never seen anyone come up with.
Yes the Red Snapper is to die for. But there are plenty of other dishes I highly like and recommend :
Scallop Carpaccio is incredibly good ...thinly sliced scallop with a black citrus sauce.
"Jicama" taco .... its a taco made out of "jicama" with breaded shrimp and sauces.
Tostada ahogada ... cant even describe it cause my mouth is watering.
I could go on and on but I suggest you check it out if you have a chance, you will not regret it.
But I do have to mention how when you first get there, they treat you with an array of delicious "salsas" 3 hot sauces and 3 cold sauces all spicey with all different flavors. Its worth it to go just for the "salsas" alone. (salsas=sauces)
And yes its also a hotspot with great music and ambiance. Perfect for families , couples , groups or loners. Very good atmosphere!
Kudos for the guys at "La Corriente Cevicheria Nice"
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