“The omelet with mojo lobster ($16) features the same good poblano and goat cheese combo matched with dainty spring asparagus, napped with a voluptuous mantle of toothsome lobster in a pale pink mojo sauce. If there’s a better omelet in town right now, I’d be hard-pressed to name it.” – Virginia B. Wood, The Austin Chronicle

“The ocean-driven menu shimmers with a Peruvian ceviche awash in the fruity bite of amarillo pepper and ginger, the waves of pink tuna dotted with rafts of corn nuts and glowing wedges of sweet potato ($12).” – Matthew Odam, Austin-American Statesman

“This bright, seaside-inspired spot in the former El Chile space on South First Street serves up coastal Latin fare, providing a welcome break from our beloved but ubiquitous Tex-Mex. Featuring seafood-centric dishes from Mexico to Chile, chefs Alma Alcocer-Thomas and Jeff Martinez’s menu is as satisfying as it is refreshing.” – Joléne M. Bouchon, Austin Monthly

“The absolute star of the evening, though, was our grilled red snapper in a classic green pumpkin seed mole over house-made chochoyotes (masa “dumplings”). While you wait, have one of a half dozen margaritas along with the gratis escabeche of lightly pickled vegetables—the best version we’ve had in town.” – Pat Sharpe, Texas Monthly