This establishment makes quite a splash on the waterfront with its interior walls of aqua greens and blues, contemporary Caribbean decor, and colorful lighting and music. Enter past a floor-to-ceiling glass case wall of fine Tequilas and dine in air-conditioned comfort, or outside on the harbor side patio overlooking the malacon (waterfront promenade.) Remind the children it’s best not to feed any pelicans or pirates that may happen by.
Enjoy an expertly blended strawberry or mango margarita, limon daiquiri, or your favorite mixed drink while watching the sunset over the marina and hills beyond. The bartenders here never get tired of such a sight.
We ordered a tuna sashimi appetizer that was so ample it could have passed for an entrée. It was served bathed in a just-right cold chili oil sauce, a nice alternative to the usual Japanese Wasabe (hot green mustard) that often makes you cry or takes off the top of your head.
Try the Shrimp Paté for starters. Served with a basket of tortilla chips for dipping, the coral colored soft mound of shrimp paté arrived decorated with julienne peppers - a treat worthy of royalty.
You’ll delight your taste buds with shrimp, shrimp and more shrimp prepared myriad of tantalizing ways along with fish, crab, octopus, and other dishes. There are seafood soups, appetizers, and an incredible all-you-can-eat Shrimp Festival with shrimp prepared six different ways including beer battered, bacon wrapped, with pasta Alfredo, coconut batter, deep fried and sautéed. Three sauces for your dipping pleasure, Caribbean mango, red seafood cocktail, and classic tartar sauce, are presented in silver condiment boats, a flair of fancy.
Families, friends and crews of sailing ships will enjoy the Fuente Mariscos (Seafood Fountain) for four people that features ceviche, sashimi, scallops, shrimp, calamari, lobster, fish and more!
A meal-in-itself was the seafood stew. Generous quantities of shrimp, fish, calamari, clams and more, came topped with succulent crab legs and claw in a slightly piquant red broth. A bowl of clam chowder was prepared in a delicate white sauce with a touch of cheese and served up in a large hollowed-out bread bowl. Simply delicious!
Hungry for fish? Try the fish filet smothered in a velvety shrimp sauce wow! It came with rice and steamed veggies. In the mood for dessert? The fried ice cream takes the cake!
Open for breakfast at 7:30 am, lunch and dinner with final seating at 10:30 pm. Seating for 40 inside and 40 outside, large groups to 100. Entrees range from $8 US for Fried Calamari to $67 US for the Fuente Mariscos. Visa, M/C, and American Express credit cards accepted. Reservations: (624) 145-6020 Ext. 8013