Despite its small-strip-mall size, this newish restaurant offers up a complex menu, heavy on seafood and grilled meats (it’s known to locals as a “mar y tierra” outpost). Lava rock–encrusted walls are brightened by tropical houseplants, and cozy booths foster quiet conversations as well as time to study the expansive menu. Tostadas make a tasty starter and come with smoked marlin, tomato, onion, and fresh avocado. (An optional topping is seared tuna, crusted with peppercorns.) An assortment of salads including Greek and Caesar can tide over the diet conscious, that is until they spy all the other menu goodies. The shrimp burger is a marvel of technique, the nicely grilled shellfish enhanced with melted gouda. Build-your-own toppings include caramelized onion, a mustardy mayo, and fresh tomato and avocado, all bracketed with thick-cut, chile-dusted fries. Our marinated octopus was nicely grilled and served with smashed buttery potatoes that contrasted nicely with a vinegar-and-sesame-infused cucumber salad. There’s a birria de res (beef) that’s offered Jalisco-style in an adobo-rich broth sprinkled with shavings of fresh cilantro and onions. Our vegan visitor enjoyed a clever citrus-spiked ceviche of palm hearts and a platter of cauliflower “wings” dressed with a tart chipotle sauce. A sister operation, Savora Café Brunch, is down the road and serves up a popular breakfast and brunch menu.