Ha! You thought that this place would have a blue door, didn’t you? Actually, it's white, BUT the awning, and walls on the way into this quaint little restaurant are definitely blue as can be! I certainly wasn't feeling "azul" at all when this appetizing-looking plate of nachos was delivered to our table. They had everything a plate of nachos should: shredded chicken, sour cream, guacamole, jalapeños and tomatoes. The chips were even of the home-made, fried tortilla variety (the REAL tortilla chips that every taqueria and Mexican restaurant SHOULD be serving!). So why didn't they score higher?
No, you presumptuous nacho lover, it wasn't because I couldn't see them due to the light reflecting off of the giant soccer (fooootbol) trophies in the corner.
It wasn't because I was distracted by the multiple shark jaw skeletons they had hanging on the wall.
It wasn't even because of the stale-looking buffet right next to our table that only one person visited the entire time we were eating lunch.
It was because like many restaurants that specialize in seafood, they don't take a lot of care in the flavoring of their more pedestrian meat selections. In this case some fairly bland chicken. That said, I'd definitely walk through the puerto azul again to try some of their tasty-sounding seafood options!
Rating: 3½ out of 5
Rating Notes: Maybe I should have had them put some shrimp or fish on them? I'm a little averse to trying shrimp nachos again at this point because of the Wahoo's fiasco (see previous post).
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