We had been recommended to try this place and it was well worth it! Drive down the road which takes off from the main highway across from Oscar & Lalo's. As you come into Soliman Bay, you will stop at a check stop - tell the guard you are going to the restaurant. At the end of the road you park among the palm trees and walk to the shack. Someone will set up a table and chairs for you at a private area on the beach. There are no menus. Our party of 5 had the garlic shrimp, whole redsnapper, and conch. All meals were great. The conch was $200 p, The shrimp $150 p, and the snapper $150. Beer was $25 p and a margarita $30 p. It was our highest priced meal in our 12 days of touring the Yucatan with our family, but it was worth it and still cheaper than something similar in Canada. Make sure to get there at least an hour before the sun sets. We got there at 5:30 and enjoyed taking pictures etc., but one of the kids ended up finishing picking through the whole fish / bones in the dark - with the assistance of my husbands iphone flashlight! The waiter did offer to move the table to the shack which had an overhang with lights and where one would eat if it rained I guess, but we were almost done our meal so we stayed put. We had been told you can go there early. Order drinks and tell them you are going to stay for supper later. Then go snorkeling in the bay or just wander the beach and then have your supper. I think this would be a great idea. We were on our way back to our rental house in Akumal and we just wanted the supper experience after a day driving into Sian Ka'an. Anyways, eating on the beach was a first for our kids and a fun meal. I don't really want to leave a review as I think this place is doing great on its own and I would hate to see it get too busy. But for the traveler who likes to get off the beaten path, this is great.
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