Occupying the former home of La Yunta (see below), this converted residence has been given a major makeover. Today, you’ll climb wide varnished wood entrance steps and grab a table along the railing fronting the beach to enjoy excellent views of the water with your meal. It’s all quite nice, as is the food: arroz con mariscos (rice with seafood) loaded with fresh local catch; pulpo a la parrilla (grilled octopus); or the filete al diablo (devil’s fish filet), a boneless fillet of corvina in a well-seasoned tomato sauce, with jalapeños for kick. There are also excellent grilled steak and chicken options, as well as a small children’s menu.