Although pricey, this is easily the best restaurant at the Los Sueños Marina Village. The menu is broad and creative, and the presentations are artful. Try appetizers like pulpo al olivo, which is like octopus sashimi in a purple olive sauce, or the short rib poutine. For a main dish, you can’t go wrong with the Moroccan-style lamb tangine, or the whole fried red snapper with a black bean and garlic sauce. El Galeón has the best-curated wine list in the area. The setting here is lovely too: a large, open-air dining room that overlooks the marina and Herradura Bay. Whole tree trunks support a huge and soaring thatched roof, from which slow-turning ceiling fans hang.