We stumbled upon this restaurant as I was jumping away from a rogue dog and the restaurant owner was at the door to see me stumble. He was a very pleasant fellow with good English so we decided to try it. It was worthwhile. He started us with a tray of toasted bread with two dipping sauces (one being chili) and sapodillas this was courtesy of the house. We followed this with a seafood pasta and the fish of the day which came with a mound of salad and vegetables (salad seems to be hard to find in this part of the world). Both were delicious - rounded off with a Chilean red wine and we were very happy
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