My husband and I went on the recommendation of some other tourists in our building and thoroughly enjoyed our meals and the service. I had the grilled fish of the day which the waiter said was Dorada (bream). It was cooked perfectly and presented on a bed of sauted red & yellow peppers & onion which were described as sweet and sour but neither flavour was predominate, just a wonderful blend. Along side were some quartered potatoes and diagonally across the plate was a green sauce laced with something very dark, maybe mole? The presentation was lovely - great meal. My husband had the homemade ravioli with spinach and ricotta with tomato sauce (pesto sauce is another option that our friend said was the best pesto ever). I had one of his ravioli and is was excellent. We didn't have starters but did share a bottle of water and both had a glass of wine - with tip our bill was $600 pesos. Upon leaving the owner stopped us to ask how we enjoyed everything and she's such a warm person I wanted to give her a hug! Hope we get back there before we leave, if not, next year for sure. PS I was so anxious to dig in I forgot to take a picture of my plate darn. Also, it's getting popular so make a reservation if you're going later. We got there at 6 without one and it filled up quickly.
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