As the other reviewer stated, this is for people that like seafood, especially shrimp. Firstly, they have numerous choices on their menu, so it would take a number of visits to try enough examples to rate this restaurant thoroughly. The seven seas soup 'siete mares') is excellent. The 'Molcajete sinaloense' is unique & delicious. Then their specialty, the gray snapper, a more 'ecologically correct', sustainable fish to order than red snapper, they call 'pescado zarandeado', is very, very flavorful---most folks should love it, while a few may find it too flavorful. The downside is that you have to order it about an hour ahead of time, as it takes so long to prepare. Can't say anything about the other menu choices, but what I had was great! It would probably help if a few of the staff spoke better English, but this place is definitely worth a visit!
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