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“Fresh juices, cute outdoor dining, easy walk if staying on Madera”

ITA Cafeteria Restaurant y Arte
Ranked #44 of 343 Restaurants in Zihuatanejo
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Mexican
Description: ITA Cafetería Restaurant y Arte is a hidden gem, and is located on a quiet and cozy street in Zihuatanejo. Open for breakfast and lunch, this restaurant serves authentic and traditional Mexican cuisine. The food is absolutely amazing! The meals and ingredients are fresh, colorful, clean, healthy and full of flavor. Each dish is prepared with exceptional care, pride and presentation. Come here to start your day with traditional sopes or chilaquilisimos, café and jugo. Or just stop by to sip té, read a book, talk with friends and enjoy the relaxing ambiance and Mexican artwork. The owner, Ita, is an avid collector of Mexican art, and some of it is proudly displayed on the walls. Without doubt, this is the best restaurant for breakfast and lunch in all of Zihuatanejo.
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Description: ITA Cafetería Restaurant y Arte is a hidden gem, and is located on a quiet and cozy street in Zihuatanejo. Open for breakfast and lunch, this restaurant serves authentic and traditional Mexican cuisine. The food is absolutely amazing! The meals and ingredients are fresh, colorful, clean, healthy and full of flavor. Each dish is prepared with exceptional care, pride and presentation. Come here to start your day with traditional sopes or chilaquilisimos, café and jugo. Or just stop by to sip té, read a book, talk with friends and enjoy the relaxing ambiance and Mexican artwork. The owner, Ita, is an avid collector of Mexican art, and some of it is proudly displayed on the walls. Without doubt, this is the best restaurant for breakfast and lunch in all of Zihuatanejo.
Reviewed 23 January 2017

We stopped by here for breakfast and had some amazing scrambled egg enchiladas with a bean sauce. Very good food, perfect portion, reasonably priced. Would definitely go again.

Thank Elizabeth V
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Reviewed 11 January 2017 via mobile

Very impressed with the efforts of Victor and his chef, the new owners here. We enjoyed a great meal on new years
eve and we come regularly for super lattes...good organic coffee

Thank Corrie_and_Stephane
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Reviewed 15 December 2016

From the outside, this restaurant appears to be quite small but it is just the opposite. We had shrimp and steak tacos. There were four tacos to a plate instead of the usual three. The margaritas were tasty. We will be back.

Thank fast72
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Reviewed 12 December 2016

We walked down the street and decided to have dinner here. I had lobster - husband had tuna. Both meals had tasty vegetables and mashed potatoes. The service was excellent. Great atmosphere, very friendly workers. One of our best meals.

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Thank ORCon
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Reviewed 10 December 2016

When my husband and I ate dinner here, we were told it had been open for only 2 weeks. The new owner was very attentive and knowledgeable about cuisine and wines. I had grilled lobster tail. My husband had Mahi Mahi (perfectly cooked). Both dishes were very tasty. The desserts (home made) were outstanding--Passion Fruit creme brulee and chocolate sorbet with chunks of chocolate interspersed. The owner had suggested a Chilean Chardonnay to complement the lobster and it was perfect. The total price for dinner was VERY reasonable given the quality of the food. The next morning we went back for brunch. The food was good but the restaurant was not as well organized as it had been for dinner. Our server did not speak or understand English nor did she seem to understand the little bit of Spanish I know so she was confused at times and seemed to bustle about with no real purpose. I will attribute the difference between the two experiences to the recent opening of the restaurant, which I imagine can be overwhelming. On our return to Zihuatanejo, we would definitely return for dinner and have already recommended to friends.

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Thank Mattie S
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