Pride of place belongs to Mariscos La Red ("The Net"), on Calle Las Casas at the corner of Calle Bustamante. We have eaten there three times, so far.
|Central, corner location|
|Looks like a government agency waiting room|
One is the Caldo de Mariscos, loaded with denizens of the deep, in a rich, red broth within a blazing hot black pottery cazuela.
|Caldo de Mariscos|
|Filete de Pescado en Adobo|
|Fried shrimp and vegetables, too!|
|Tostadas de Jaiba|
Here's la cuenta for our latest lunch there.
Two Cervezas Bohemia, one Coctel de Camarones Grande, two tostadas de jaiba, one empanada, 1 Taco de Camarones (good, but not a favorite.), one filet de pescado en Adobo. Total, $284 pesos. About U.S. $22. What a deal.
Price: $-$$ BARGAIN!
Hours of operation: 1 p.m. until 9:00 p.m., but I recommend dining before 6 p.m. It is very popular, and later afternoons, especially on Fridays, can be very busy. There may be a wait for a table.