I had 3 meals here while in Granada. The fish and chips were the best I had in Nicaragua. The filet mignon was also very good and around half the price of El Zaguan although not quite as good. It is quieter here around lunch time and easier to get an outdoor table than at dinner time. In terms of atmosphere, you can have street vendors trying to sell you items while you are here but if you are at the right table you can also see street performers doing a show so it has it's good and bad. All the prices are reasonable and I would definitely eat here again.
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