This is a lovely restaurant, just a short walk from the action in the old part of the city. My husband and I had an early dinner. We made a reservation, but the restaurant was almost empty. It was the evening before Carnaval, so that...More
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This may sound heretic, but I live in a historic city near two larger equally historic cities and on this trip we were in Merida and Campeche, and I craved something modern, preferably with lots of glass walls, etc. This restaurant answered that craving, and...More
Excellent fish fillet of sea bass with choice of 10 different sauces. Very patient with two English speakers asking questions about menu. Extensive menu in 4 languages with pompano, octupus, shrimp and a meat & one vegetarian option. Also handled some large groups well including...More
Good seafood away from city center. Good service and selection of dishes with an emphasis on traditional Mexican seafood dishes. We enjoyed the agua-chile and ceviche appetizers as well as the main courses Octopus and Coconut shrimp. They did not have the Pámpano grilled fish...More
We were drawn to La Pigua (and Campeche) after watching a Patty Jinich PBS show. While, unlike her, we were not invited to the owner’s home, the visit was exceptional. The hotel front desk was busy trying steering us to Marganzo but it had a...More
Nicely laid out modern decor with excellent lighting and friendly waiters. Stunning fresh Gulf fish in abundance. Crab claws, coconut prawns, Black Snail in garlic, all delicious. Perfect.
Walkable from the historic city center. Excellent seafood and service. Waiters speak English which is appreciated for those of us who haven't spoken Spanish since elementary school.
Table of four, one with a gluten allergy. They accommodated her fully. Timely waitstaff, food was excellent! A bit out of the way but only a four dollar taxi ride from centro. Grilled octopus, petit lobster tails, salmon stuffed with goat cheese and strawberry salsa,...More