But this was not the case when it came to their ceviche de pescado.
Perhaps this is an exception for the homey restaurant. The server was embarrassed to collect the barely-touched plate and removed it from the bill. Otherwise, the disappointment would have cost $15. And The Miami Herald praised Lakes Seafood in a 2009 review, stating that "it excels at fish, seafood and ceviche." Excel is a strong wrong. As strong as the rotten fish smell emitted by our over-priced plate.
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