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I know that the last thing I should be eating in Mexixo is Italian food. But some of our dive group kept yapping about the giant crab at this restaurant. And after seeing GIANT crabs on a night dive, we had to see if the rumors were true.
This restaurant was excellent. The food was great, the atmosphere romantic and the crabs were HUGE! The service was a bit lax, but we had a big party and the food made up for it.
Oh, the crabs are not on the menu and they cost $30 USD.. but its well worth it!
Favorite Dish: The giant crab!
Written Jul 7, 2004
It's right on that main shopping strip and it's on the top of a two-level mini-mall type of place with shopping kiosks all around.
Favorite Dish: We had some excellent fried Tacos and the most delicious Guacamole I've ever had. Washed them down with some Sols. (Beer.) Muy Sabroso!
Written May 17, 2004
We searched long and hard for the perfect pina colada while we were on Cozumel and finally found it at Ernesto's in San Miguel. Ernesto's is conveniently located right on the main north-south road and has a decent view of the ocean. Our waiter was very friendly and helpful, though like anywhere you go in Mexico remember that when you order two drinks you'll actually get four if there's a drink special at the time. Not that having twice as many pina coladas is ever a bad thing, but I prefer them fresh and cold.
Although I never tried the food at Ernesto's I am told that it is also well-known for its fajitas. There are lots of places to eat in San Miguel, some good and some not so good. Knowning a good place ahead of time is always helpful. There's also an Ernesto's south of town, but I have not been there.
Written Mar 30, 2004
Address: Downtown San Miguel on the main north-south road
This is a very well known place on the east coast and you might have to wait a bit to get a table--but you have a great view, especially if seated at one of the tables on the sand overlooking the ocean. Easy to find and everybody knows it. HUGE Margaritas!
Written Mar 22, 2004
MUST GET THE SOUPA DE LIMA!
We ordered the seafood platter for 2 as the can-do map metioned it. It was very good I wasnt excited about the octopus or squid but I ate some anyway to try them. They brought out some salsa that was sooo hot when the waiter came back I told him it was too hot and he said oh ok, I'll get you some Gringo style. :)
Favorite Dish: Seafood Platter
Written Mar 11, 2004
Address: Near the downtown square
Part of our dive package included one meal a day at this cafe which was right across from Papa Hogs and right in front of the Villa Blanca Hotel. As far as I know this is the only restaurant in the vicinity of this hotel, and they only serve breakfast and lunch
Favorite Dish: Mexican and Canadian breakfasts omelets, pancakes and home fries. Lunch - fresh salads, delicious sandwiches on freshly baked bread, lasagna, hamburgers and other specialities.
They take MasterCard and VISA
Updated Mar 1, 2004
Address: Costera Sur Highway, Km 3
Phone: +52 987 21 651
Long lines form inside Seaview Bar & Grill restaurant for lunch and breakfast can be easily avoided if you walk 50 feet to the outside buffet (same food) and the wait is no more than a minute.
The 24/7 pizza, ice cream, and fat-free yogurt was a universal hit on board. We never ate the pizza onboard, but we took a few slices with us during the trip to the Mayan ruins.
Written Nov 6, 2003
Address: Carnival Sensation
The food was great and there was plenty of it. You can choose from the buffet or dining room for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We ate at the buffet for breakfast and in the Fantasy Dining Room for lunch and dinner. Our table 115 was next to the window offering great sea view. We had late sitting for dinner (8:30 PM). The food was delicious, especially the seafood, but service a little slow and the portions were small. Then again, you could have as many dinners as you wanted, so I guess it didn't really matter. The dining room staff was good and friendly.
Written Nov 6, 2003
Address: Carnival Sensation
Drop by this small establishment when you're having latte withdrawal. A friendly little operation, this cafe offers up cakes and pastries to accompany your caffeine fix. It's a nice and very clean place, not something I was expecting to find down the back streets of San Miguel.
Updated Sep 26, 2003
Address: Av. 10 Sur 215
This is a very informal restaurant that befits its beachside location. The bar takes up most of the space under the palapa, but there are tables on the patio and also in the sand. And, there are hammocks strung up if you just want to snuggle with a bottle of beer. The music is classic rock, with some Marley and Buffet thrown in. (The owner must be an American expatriot). Prices range from about $6 to $13. Unfortunately, it closes at dusk.
Favorite Dish: The grilled shrimp are OUTSTANDING...get the deluxe plate with all of the trimmings....
Updated Sep 13, 2002
Address: On the Atlantic side at the big bend in the road
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