Where to Eat in Veracruz

The entity’s coastal position gathers a long Indian, Spanish and AfroAntillian tradition for creating a vast and diverse cuisine. On the coast of Veracruz, the most outstanding sea dishes are octopus in its ink, shrimp empanadas, chilpachole and Veracruz style ponyfish, with worldwide fame. BOULEVARD Fish and seafood restaurant. Blvd. Ávila Camacho #102 en Playa Boca del Río VILLA RICA Famous fresh seafood restaurant. In front of Playas de Mocambo SAMBORCITO Typical Veracruz cuisine 16 de Septiembre #700 GRAN CAFÉ DEL PORTAL Delicious rose-style shrimp and other dishes from a menu of regional and international cuisine. Independencia #1187 Centro EL GAUCHO Great steaks and other specialties of Argentinean cuisine. Bernal Díaz del Castillo #187

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