Returning from a boat tour to the Nanciyaga eco reserve, we walked about 40 yards from the landing on the sidewalk to Restaurant La Ola and chose a table on the water edge where we watched a ferocious thunderstorm move across the lake. The orderly arrangement and linen tablecloths left us feeling comfortable to try to local delicacies. I started with tegogolos en pico de gallo (fresh water snail) and enjoyed as main course a whole fish mojarra al mojo de ago. Others in the party had tostadas the jaiba (crab), tostadas de camaron (shrimp), and coctel de camaron. My daughter a vegetarian settled for avocado salad, fried bananas, and rice. We paid about $54 USD including drinks and tip for 5 diners. Everything was delicious, and left us wanting to return to explore other offerings on the menu.
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