Where to Eat in Tampico

A port with the importance of Tampico will not disappoint you with its traditional dishes of fresh fish and seafood. Don't forget to taste the delicious stuffed crabs, seafood zarzuelas and delicious seafood empanadas. Appetizing, isn't it? If you want to experiment with different dishes, then check the international cuisine options offered by the city like restaurants of Lebanese, Argentinean and Italian fare, among others.

EL PORVENIR
Located in front of the city's cemetery, this exquisite restaurant of sea specialties promises "“You'll be better than in front"”.
Av. Hidalgo #1403, frente al Cementerio

MARCHICA
From the Boat to your Table is this fish and seafood restaurant's slogan, need we say more?
Heriberto Jara #1048 Col. Morelos

JARDIN CORONA
Argentinean specialties like juicy steaks, empanadas and seafood.
Av. Hidalgo 1915 Av. Altamira 509 esq. Gardenia

BATUTAS
Taste its delicious dishes of Italian food, fish and seafood in an elegant atmosphere and a beautiful panoramic view of Laguna del Carpintero.

HACIENDA DON PORFIRIO
The best traditional Mexican dishes in the city, in a festive regional ambiance.
Phone (833) 6069

BARAKE
Vast menu of Lebanese dishes.
 

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