Where to Eat in Colima

WHERE TO EAT LA TROJE Restaurant of Colima’s specialties. The dishes preferred by the faithful visitors are tongue tacos sudados, pig’s trotters in vinaigrette, xochitl soup and tongue with almonds. Avenida Carlos de la Madrid Béjar #469 Phone (312) 312 2680 http://www.latrojecolima.com CRONOS Restaurant of salty and sweet crepes, omelettes and salads. Jesús Ponce 1110 Col. Lomas Vista Hermosa Phone (312) 313 3055 http://www.cronos.to2s.com/ LA CAVA Elegant restaurant of international cuisine. Felipe Villa del Río #349 Col. Lomas Vista Hermosa Phone (312) 312 6983 EL TEJADO Restaurant of Mexican specialties in the Colima style. Blvd. Camino Real #990 Col. El Porvenir Phone (312) 314 8828 EL ATRACADERO Fish and seafood specialties. Avenida Niños Héroes #1312 Col. Centro Phone (312) 314 8988

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