It’s one of the places where time stood still and this place would have served multi generations of locals and tourists with their fresh, authentic and wholesome dishes.
I make it a point to trek here - to miss this out on place is akin to missing out on not just the honest food this family puts out but an experience where one gets to be immersed in a noisy but real institution.
I don’t know what they put in that mayo but it must be crack and I don’t care if I have garlic breath all day. It’s worth any judgement and definitely worth the calories. Have the bomba, the grilled squid, the toasted bread, sardines, mussels with aioli - those are a staple.
Opens early at 9am but closes at 3pm. Reopens on some days at 6pm. It’s crowded all times.
These guys take a break month of August.
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