Corvina Don ‘Jimmy’
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Corvina Don ‘Jimmy’ information
Open since 1953, this is the Mercado Central’s most famous stall, serving huge portions of corvina (sea bass) – ask for it with rice if you don’t want it over a big bowl of ceviche. Everyone from governors to diplomats has eaten here.