Reviewed: May 16, 2012
Even though the owners named this sprawling restaurant for a World War II battleship, the setting is actually quite peaceful, along La Paz’s Malecon and across from the shimmering blue water in the Sea of Cortes. Their massive menu includes seven different categories of seafood, and we managed to make a sizable dent. Chocolatas are local, brown-shelled clams that are especially fresh at Bismark-cito, and they squirm when squeezed with lime juice. Other highlights include Albondigas de Camaron, sweet shrimp meatballs that bob in a lip-tingling tomato and seafood broth. Crab tacos spotlight sweet pulled meat, and an aguachile touts silky sea scallops, which we gladly speared with toothpicks.
This review was submitted by Joshua Lurie, a writer from Los Angeles. Joshua has participated in the Baja.com Scribes program, a program designed to encourage writers to create original content about Baja California. Baja Scribes may receive food, lodging or payment, but they are encouraged to submit their own opinions on this site, which may not reflect the views or opinions of Baja.com. Joshua’s website documenting his travels can be found here.
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