We have been going to this restaurant for 30 yrs when we first started our exploration down the Baja Peninsula when we lived in San Diego. At that time, it did not have the motel, RV Park, Whale-watching tours or gift shop that are now on the premises.
I must say that overall, the wonderful atmosphere of the restaurant and quality of food have remained constant! The portions are a little less in size and of course a little more in price than back then, but it is amazing how similar the experience; the biggest change being in the number of tourists who now come.
In addition to being known for their many seafood dishes (breaded abalone, oysters, broiled Pacific lobster), they also have excellent carnes (meats).
Favorite Dish: Much of the time, we order the pesca fresca mojo de ajo (fresh fish in garlic sauce), but they are known for their local scallops and have many other seafood dishes as well.
Don't let looks deceive you. In Mexico on the road, many road side establishments may look a bit "weathered" but you still must investigate to find out. If there are "locals" present you must definitely try it.
The chips and salsa were just "ok." OK, I've been spoiled with places that make FRESH chips each time a customer orders, but the salsas served were quite good.
The next morning for breakfast, the dishes were all served hot and well prepared.
Favorite Dish: I'm partial to chicken but I must admit the shrimp were very tasty. All at our table were pleased. Steak, Shrimp, Chicken and Pork all "passed the test."
You won't have a problem finding real, authentic Mexican food in this town. There are some seafood restaurants which cater to gringos (I avoided them).
Favorite Dish: Cheese enchiladas with Mole sauce. That is my favorite dish. Mole is the national dish of Mexico.