This is a new restaurant overlooking the beach. The view is great. The decor is clean, new and attractive. The wait staff spoke English. The food was adequate. I ordered calamari with garlic and parsley. I received a cold calamari salad with alfalfa sprouts - no garlic. The Hawaiian crepe was very good.
The kitchen features a large barbeque to grill fish and beef. We had two different preparations of dorado and a huachinango. Both the dorado dishes were a little dry, but the whole huachinango was moist and well seasoned.
My concern about this restaurant and the reason I will not recommend it or go back to it - they do not have a drink menu. We ordered two bottles of white wine. They suggested Las Moras sauvignon blanc which we enjoyed. We did not ask the price. We were charged 400 pesos per bottle for a wine which costs 83 pesos in the store. I accept that restaurants double or triple the cost of wine - this restaurant marked it up five fold and by not having a drink menu we were unaware of the cost until the bill arrived. This feels like a policy to dupe tourists.
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