We came upon this beach bar/restaurant visiting the beach during the morning and decided to give it a try for dinner. 4 adults (one vegetarian), 2 fussy teenagers and 2 under 3's all enjoyed our meals.
Very welcoming chef/owner (?) and waitresses welcomed us to our table following an easy telephone booking (my French skills being only basic).
Play table for youngest children to sit and draw at was welcome to keep them entertained whilst we ordered.
Nachos and salsa / guacamole to start, extra nachos needed for our children in particular, recommend a portion per person if you have a good appetite. All delicious and devoured in full.
Main courses, chicken tacos (soft home made wraps - in uk often referred to genetically as fajitas) for the older ones, enchiladas for the youngsters, veggie enchilada for my sister in law, beef tacos and the assorted tasting plates for the rest of us.
Food declared delicious by all (especially good for our veggie) and nothing much left on any plates even by the children.
Selection of beers, some Mexican, in our view fairly expensive at 4.50 euro per 330ml. Heineken 3 euro per 250ml. We English like to enjoy a few beers with spicy food! Carafe house wine 12 euro.
Puddings simple ice cream boules, a Meccan sponge pudding, all enjoyed.
Great friendly service throughout, great Mexican food. Covered a wide variety of tastes and preferences. I'm sure we will be back during this holiday and recommend you give this a try if you like Mexican food and are looking for an enjoyable stress free dining experience and are fed up with Chips.
PS Recommendation to owners, give the windows / screens a wash down and let your customers really enjoy those amazing sea views you have.
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