The restaurant's name means Cork Point, which is what Puerto Morelos was once called when cork trees in the area were harvested. Seafood dominates the menu, prepared in a wood-fired grill and accompanied by house-made sauces. Order one of the ceviches or lion fish carpaccio for a starter. Other popular dishes are coconut relleno and octopus gorditas. If you're not in the mood for fish, try glazed pork shank or wood-fired duck breast. There's a wide selection of Mexican beers and craft beverages.