Everyone we talked to in PV raved about this restaurant. It was pretty good but not as great as other places we visited while in PV.
We had the usual chips and salsa delivered to the table. They were at par with most other restaurants. We ordered the shrimp fajitas. They were served with only rice and guacamole. We asked for more salsa as another topping. The shrimp were good but there was something lacking. So we asked for hot sauce and cilantro - what a difference! And we are not into hot hot spice. This was what the Fajitas needed.
We ordered wine. Strangely enough there was a 200 peso difference between the Sauvignon Blanc and the Chardonnay. So we ordered the less expensive, the Sauvignon Blanc.
This is a well managed family run restaurant and it is impressive to see the young people working. I wish I could speak more Spanish as this would have made our communication better.
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