I highly recommend Alfredo for a nice night out while in Cozumel. The service and attention to detail is impeccable! Worth a trip even if your not staying at the hotel.
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This restaurant is the only restaurant at the Intercontinental that required reservations. We were easily able to get a same-day reservation. We started dinner with a great bottle of wine and a large bottle of water. There was a complimentary olive tray, with a fig...More
Outdoor seating, great waitstaff, we had prosciutto and melon, burrata, Cacio and Pepe (excellent) risotto with mushrooms (excellent) and their house dish Fettuccine Alfredo (not impressed). Very welcoming atmosphere and we overall enjoyed our visit.
I was here in 2010 and again in 2016. This restaurant is located at the Intercontinental Presidente Hotel. It overlooks the water and the view is lovely. This time that we were there, my husband and I took my brother and sister-in-law who had just...More
I was really disappointed by how bad service was, but more frustrated by the food they served. My Wife ordered a Fish that tasted so bad that she had to send it back. I ordered Pasta, and my surprise was that it wasn't even al...More
A nice restaurant, probably the best one in the Intercontinental hotel. Unfortunately also the most expensive. The food was good and the service excellent. Suggested if you are willing to spend quite a bit more than the average restaurant in Mexico
We dined here on Valentine's Day for the special set course menu. We went in not knowing what to expect and were planning to order from the menu. We then found out that there was a wine pairing that went with the special set menu....More
OK, the Fettuccini Alfredo is to die for, but beyond that singular entre, this place is average at best. My veal chop was dry and oversalted, and the appetisers and salads were nothing special. Add in an expensive wine list and wines served much too...More
We were excited to try fettuccine alfredo from the original family. Now we can say that we have, though we probably wouldn't return when we next find ourselves in Cozumel. The food was not bad (considering it was Italian food in Mexico), but it was...More