This was the first time in this restaurant, where my wife and I went for lunch. Its sister restaurant is more conveniently located near San Jose center and we have been there many times. Both restaurants are similar large palapas and have the same menu. The service was attentive and prompt and my dorado (dolphin fish) filet a la Veracruzana was a large portion with ample topping and other condiments. My wife, being vegetarian, had quesadillas and fries, which were ample and tasty. Total price came to 270 pesos, including two Negra Modelo beers. Overall the lunch experience was ranked better than the Toro Guero in town. The drawback of this restaurant would be its location on the noisy airport highway and the considerable distance outside town (but only five minutes from the airport). Nice touches are the 12 different sauce bottles on the table, in addition to the two home made ones and the courtesy fish soup appetizer. The presence of many local diners attests to this restaurant's popularity.
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