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San Francisco, California
February 11, 2005
This is the local family seafood restaurant of Martin and Daniel Ramos that is near the small tunnel in the lower hills. It features fine homemade tortillas and simple authentic fare. It’s great for budget travelers. Go early to avoid a line. There is good tortilla soup for 30p, queso fundido in salsa verde for 60p (molcajete), barbeque ribs 65p, huachinango pirey with salsa verde for 90p, stuffed fish for 90p, arrachera (four kinds for 85 to 90p), chicken romero, and shrimp trastamal for 90p. The fish is sometimes overcooked. Many love it, especially for the low prices, but there are mixed reviews. No reservations or credit cards.
From journal Gary's Puerto Vallarta Travels
Boca de Tomatlan, Mexico
February 7, 2010
From journal Romantic Mexican Seafood