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Sunday, 16 August 2009



Hi Cathy, the ceviche tostada sounds and looks great. I've never been a shrimp cocktail fan but boy it does sound really refreshing in this heat!


shrimp cocktail is a winner.


That shrimp platter looks huge and yummy. I also could go for one of those shrimp cocktails.


I love the painted murals, and the spicy seafood cocktails are so good in the summer. The rice and beans looked good too.


Hi Dennis! I have cravings for ceviche and cocteles every so often and, of course, more often in the heat. Titanic is close to home for me.

Right, Ron.

The platter was wonderful and quite enough to share, Carol. I find I have splurged on at least one coctele a week all year. Gotta try one everywhere.

I wasn't going to show the artwork, but it is so interesting here, FH. Cute and consistent. The rice and beans are excellent. Kind of my 'test' when I go to a new place...if they can't do basics right, I usually don't go back. Titanic has consistently been good.

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