Fish and seafood restaurant inspired in Sinaloa.
We had heard mixed reviews about this place, but we still had a good feeling and decided to give it a try on this last visit to the city, and we are very glad we did because it ended up being our favorite meal of the trip in CDMX.
First of all, the restaurant is mostly walk in only, we arrived at 15:15 and had a 1 hour waiting time to get seated. Once you get seated you get served a very generous “botana” and we recommend you order some micheladas because they are delicious here. The service is super friendly and attentive, and the only negative point for us is that they serve everything at once leaving you without space on the table and making it a bit stressful, but we can also understand when you see how many people wait to get seated. Now, focusing on what we ate, we had the following:
* Black Aguachile of prawns.
* “Costra de camarón”: taco with a cheese crust and prawn.
* Taco with fried “botete” (blowfish) and black mayo.
* Ceviche with scallops, prawns (cooked and raw) and octopus.
* Tostada with crab, scallop, raw and cooked prawns and avocado.
We really enjoyed every single dish except for a clam dish which isn’t pictured. The seafood was nice and fresh, nice flavors, with a nice acidity when needed, and a good level of spicy, just very enjoyable overall. All this food plus two more dishes came out for a little over 100€, which we felt is super cheap, especially in current times in the city we all prices have considerably gone up.
Definitely a place we will go back in the future.