All the hotels out of the centre have their own restaurants specializing in fresh fish and seafood. In town, don’t miss the Lebanese-owned Rincón de Mary, on Avenida Roldos, whose owner prepares kibe (minced beef with herbs and spices in breadcrumbs) at very reasonable prices as well as fabulous falafel, tabbouleh and creamed aubergine; drop in and give advance notice if you want something more elaborate. There’s also the attractively rustic La Cabaña Típica, on the beachfront close to the Rincón de Mary, with delicious ceviches, or the nearby string of cevicherías and picanterías on the beach and at the intersection of avenidas Paquisha and Roldos, selling cheap, fresh fish.

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