Very friendly couple who own this restaurant. Food was good. I asked for fish which wasn't on the menu but he came back to tell me they could do snapper. Great of them to try to accommodate me but it was only ok. My wife's...More
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This little restaurant is adjacent to the Sandy Bay School right on the beach. It is owned by a nice couple named Mary and Nestor. I probably ate here 5 times during my one month stay as it was just a short walk down the...More
This is one of the places you could easily pass by and never know what you missed. The fried chicken and ceviche is great. This is also a good place to try the local dishes such as Baleada.
We were unsure if it was open but heard from locals to try it out. The portions are generous, very friendly staff, and an excellent view of the water. We had a large group but were served quickly. When we went to pay, we just...More
This restaurant is a hidden gem! We found it in Sandy Bay and the owner/chef and his wife were so nice. The food was excellent. Although it has a limited menu, the food is very flavorful and are good sized portions. Great to eat local!!
We rented a house a few streets down from El Paso and heard great things from several folks. Walked down for dinner one night and were pleasantly surprised! It is a small place, run by a husband and wife next to the international school. The...More
We were renting a house a few minutes walk away and were very Happy that we found this little resturant next to the International school. It was the only place to eat nearby. The family who ran it were so chatty. The daughter who had...More
We rented a house right down the beach from El Paso...otherwise we probably would have never seen this very small restaurant. Glad we found it though. The portions are very generous, very friendly staff, and an excellent view of the water. The baleadas are enormous,...More
In fact, we walked there on the beach. Not sure how you get there from the road! Very simple food and inexpensive. The baleata is HUGE!! Definitely want to share this local dish. Worth it to find this place. It is very tiny, only 3...More