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We stopped at El Paso while walking along the beach and enjoyed freshly made lemonade. The owner (Hestor ?) chatted and and made us feel very welcome. This was the best lemonade I've ever tasted, although I was very hot and very thirsty and maybe...this affected my judgement. We've been here before almost 2 years ago on a previous vacation in the area, and remembered how good it was. It's great to see that the place is still doing well and the menu looks very good value. Thank you for making us feel welcomed.More
As other reviewers have already stated, El Paso is an elementary establishment...it is the real McCoy. Elementary is probably apt adjective, as the restaurant is frequently full of elementary school children, all of whom are a delight. Portions are large...easily split between a couple. Service...was prompt, personal...and very cheerful.More
This simple homerun restaurant is always great. it is run by a very nice family and the food is excellent. the menu is not huge but every item is freshly made. We love it here. Breakfasts are excellent.
10 minute walk west down the beach from Sandy Bay. The owners Mery and Nestor are so nice and everything is cooked fresh to order and the prices are beyond reasonable.As others said, biggest baleadas on the island . One is enough for two people!...Ask Mery what she will be baking during the week. We had cinn rolls and samitas but she bakes breads also.
During low season it's a good idea to call first to make a res. 9987-9912More
All items we had were great. Mary makes everything fresh and the wait is well worth it. The ceviche is excellent, the tacos are great and the Baleada was the biggest one we had on the island. When we returned there later that week, We...were able to split the baleada for a light lunch.More
Fresh watermelon juice, fish baleadas and local beer, all served with a friendly smile by the owner and cook. They use Wahoo as the fish and it's very tasty. The portions were large and very filling. The prices were good, and the view is excellent....I wish we'd found this place sooner as we would have eaten here several times if we could.More
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...baleadas was great and huge. Stick to the menu and you won't be disappointed.More
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...beach from where we were staying on Sunnyside Rd. I always ordered the chicken baleada ($4) and although the portion was large I just had to clean my plate because the fresh flavors were so good. Mary makes fresh cinnamon rolls on thursday, white bread on monday, and wheat bread on tuesday. They are not open on saturday, but every other day from 7 till 7 you will find Mary in there waiting to cook you up a fresh dish.More