The menu offers classic Tex-Mex food -- fajitas, tacos al carbon and the like -- as well as traditional fried seafood; but to be honest, I could never bring myself to order anything but the seafood a la plancha. (If anyone does sample the enchiladas, please let me know how they are.) I did, however, get around to trying the stuffed crab ($3.95 for two), and it was terrific -- garlicky crab, fried golden-brown and crusty and served with an unusual, almost pickleless tartar sauce.
There are only two desserts, cheesecake and flan. I am generally too stuffed with seafood even to contemplate cheesecake, but the flan, light, creamy and not too sweet ($3.50), fills in the cracks perfectly.