Not difficult to get a table on a weekday in November, although this popular restaurant still had a lot of people. I had asked the hotel to name the best restaurant in town open on a Tuesday, which brought us here. We had tartare de atun with guacamole (excellent, with extra lemon in the guac to accent the tuna), the crab coquetes ( good, but not amazing), the sizzling pork ( good, well cooked) and the grilled Atun (cooked perfectly, no fish taste, very fresh). Good wine list with prices 30 percent lower than the previous night's restaurant. Our waiter was knowledgeable of the local wines and helpful in his suggestions. Recommended.
Complaints? Portions were indeed on the small side (especially the main plates) and prices were a bit high for the amount of food, although the entres seemed well priced.
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