This open-air restaurant is open from noon to 7:00, tends to be very crowded on the weekends, but almost empty during the week. The menu is largely fish and seafood with a few steak options and chicken fajitas. To start, we were served toasted tortillas with fresh salsa and a spicy second salsa as well. One of us ordered the fish Veracruzano style, with olives, onions, and tomato sauce. The firm white fish was very large and perfectly prepared, served with a very fresh salad made of various lettuces, tomato, carrot, and cucumber; the plate also had a large wedge of watermelon and a toasted bread slice. Some have commented that the prices seem high, but the portions are very large and the setting has to be worth something.
This place has an identical menu as Bambu, a few doors away.
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