Shrimp, shrimp and more shrimp, served every way you can imagine. The most popular of preparations is quick-fried and served ... More
Shrimp, shrimp and more shrimp, served every way you can imagine. The most popular of preparations is quick-fried and served in a terra-cotta bucket with a side of garlic sauce for USD5. Complement it with a draft beer for USD2. The only time that shrimp won't be the main offering on the menu is early in the morning, when the restaurant opens for business at 6a. For the die-hard shrimp fanatic, though, the breakfast menu does offer a shrimp omelet.
The complimentary chips and tuna dip was good, as was the queso and cilnatro appetizer we ordered.
I should have ordered the fried shrimp bucket because I was really hungry for shrimp, but I enjoyed the mango, chiplotle shrimp nonetheless. The caramel crepes had a very strange aftertaste, so I would order a different dessert.
The service was friendly but very very very slow. I wish the servers each had one designated area they worked in. We had five different guys helping us, and none seemed tocommunicate well with each other. We got our entrees after patrons who sat 30 minutes after we did got theres. If you don't mind the slow service, than this place is decent.