Ah, La Lomita. Once, when I was on Isla a year or so ago, I had fantastic chile rellenos there, though this time I didn't see them on the menu. So, I went for the octopus drenched in butter. Hi delicious meal X a gazillion. I can only say this bright-as-shit gem of a restaurant is forever consistent and always up to snuff with the good stuff.
When you order a beer, I think a kid runs to the grocery store down the block to purchase one and then slings it out on your table as if it just came from the rear kitchen. There are random cats slinking around hunting for scraps and some free bean soup rolls out with each dish. It's a perfect mix of locals, expats, tourists and loners. Nothing party like about it in the least. ..in fact, it is dead quiet. And, definitely nothing real special about the decorations. Just good food and cheap tickets.
Of course, on my last day on the island, I zoomed by when the doors were shut and saw a sign for chile rellenos on the door. Maybe it's just not on the menu? I also witnessed a crazy good looking bowl of sopa de lima plowing out of the kitchen. Next time, for sure.