Go up the stairs and take a seat on the second floor. You get a view of the sea, clump of mangroves across the road, and pelicans and frigate birds flying and landing nearby.
So, there you are. For a reasonable price of about USD22 (after 12% tax and 10% service) for lunch, I get one main course and a juice.
Note: I had ordered lunches and dinners over four days in Puerto Ayora and price ranges from USD15 - 23.
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