Open in some form since 1976, As de Oros has been steadily sprucing up the its sprawling cafeteria-like restaurant, even adding a pool and disco in recent years. Regardless, the reason to come here remains the terrific local cuisine, especially fresh seafood. Try the tangy cebiche or the whole fried chita (a rock fish); if you like heartier fare, sample roast goat and grilled meats. If you want to nosh between meals, there are plenty of salads, soups, coffees, and desserts. On weekend nights the space turns into a booming nightclub with live music.