Where to Eat in Cozumel

MANATI
Excellent seafood and international cuisine. Located in the downtown area of the island.
Calle 8 Norte. Esquina con 10ma Avenida.
Phone (987) 872 5169

ACUARIO
Excellent seafood. Located in the downtown area of the island. Moderate prices.
Av. Rafael Melgar Sur
Phone (987) 872 1097

HARD ROCK CAFÉ
Very good international cuisine, live music and traditional souvenirs shop.
San Miguel, Centro
Phone (987) 872 5271

SEÑOR FROG'S
Good restaurant-bar, you can dine and enjoy a relaxed and fun ambiance. It also sells this franchise's promotion articles.
Plaza Punta Langosta
Phone (987) 869 1650

CARLOS AND CHARLIE'S
Good restaurant-bar, you can dine and enjoy a relaxed and fun ambiance.
Plaza Punta Langosta
Phone (987) 869 1647

PRIMA
Italian cuisine of the best quality. It also offers delicious seafood and fish dishes.
Av. A. Rosada Salas #109
Phone (978) 872 4242

EL MORO
Cuban and latin cuisine. Low-priced.
Calle 75 Norte
Phone (987) 872 3029

LA VERANDA
Informal restaurant, located a couple of blocks from the island's downtown main plaza.
Calle 4 Norte
Phone (987) 872 4132

JEANIE'S WAFFLE HOUSE
Excellent service, low-priced. Doesn't accept credit cards.
Av. Rafael Melgar
Phone (987) 872 4145
 

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