Just had an excellent meal at Ile -- upstairs on the waterfront between 2 and 4 so two blocks north of the ferry pier.
I had the fried calamari appetizer which was crunchy on the outside tender on the inside with a yummy side sauce. The portion was enough for an entree and could certainly be shared with 4 people. Really good. My friend had a large, delicious and very different salad with a lot of fruit mixed into it and an intriguing dressing. (I'll get that next time and save on some calories as it was extremely good from my sample.)
For the entre I had about 6 ounces of perfectly cooked fresh red snapper on a pile of green risotto (green from the cilantro.) Also excellent with the risotto flavor not overwhelming the fish. Friend had chicken in some kind of hottish sauce which was really good but not hot enough for her Mexican tastes -- so okay for gringos. It was an unusually small chicken but she got half of it cut into pieces with a giant side of basmatic rice with pecans.
No room for dessert but we had two glasses each of a perfectly respectable Mexican white that did the trick. The wine list doesnt mention they have "copas", by the glass. But they do and the white wine choice held up.
Venue is gorgeous. Very upscale furnishings and spacious with a nice bar if you wanted to sit there. Nice outdoor area as well where we sat because it was a very cool night.
Total tab for two large appetizers, two entrees and 4 glasses of wine was $875 pesos not counting the tip. So around?? $70 US. I'd call that a pretty good deal for good service, beautiful facility and excellent food. Give this place a try. I'll bet it gets really packed later in the evening -- like starting around 9 and going until past midnight. But at 7 PM there were only four or five tables filled when we arrived on a Friday night.