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All reviews rice shrimp lava bowl seafood ribs our waiter salsa verde complimentary appetizer huge menu live music traditional mexican dishes grand bay ate here main course love this restaurant friendly service molcajete
When in Barra, we dine at El Manglito, frequently, for great seafood and the best Mocajete! They are nice and let me watch American football!
Great hard working service and delicious seafood and steaks!
Everything here that you would expect from a top-class restaurant:...Food delicious, service friendly and swift, nice cold beer and a gorgeous view. There was however construction inside and the the associated din made conversation difficult.
Great setting over the water and under the palapa provided a cool respite from the sun and heat.
We decided to stop for a drink, but stayed for the food, and the food was very good. I had the signature dish: manglito shimp, light and...More
This is a big open restaurant right on the water. The menu is huge and offers everything but it really has a huge variety of seafood. In spite of all the options there was this one dish I really wanted to try called Molcajetes. It's...More
Lava Bowl you have to have it and be sure to share it is so flavourful I can’t recommend enough! But if you have the Micelada it is super big gulp size and a meal in itself with the veggies and nuts served with I...More
When we were in Barra we frequented El Manglitos a couple of times and were never disappointed.
This year it was one of our first stops and the food is even better than I remembered.
The molcajetes are fantastic. My favourite is the pollo in...More
So we really wanted to love this restaurant on the laguna with its large open seating. But, we were disappointed. Firstly the margaritas were quite tasty. Guacamole ordered came with an abundance of chips but we found the guacamole a little too limey and not...More
While we were there they seemed to be open afternoons but not entirely sure what time they were open till. We walked by a couple of nights and they were still open at 9 pm. They also seemed to be open 7 days a week. Hope... More
While we were there they seemed to be open afternoons but not entirely sure what time they were open till. We walked by a couple of nights and they were still open at 9 pm. They also seemed to be open 7 days a week. Hope this helps.
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