Where to Eat in Coatzacoalcos

PIQUITOS Fresh seafood dishes. Av. Allende No. 1202 LA FLOR DEL ISTMO Vast regional and international cuisine menu (including delicious seafood). Blvd. Ávila Camacho #100 Col. Centro RANCHO VIEJO If what you want is to try a culinary alternative in this zone of Mexico, then come to Rancho Viejo to enjoy a delicious steak. Zaragoza #814, in front of Hospital Civil MARISCOS EL PESCADOR Llave #1106 Col. Centro MARISCOS CHINCHONCHA Ambrosio Solórzano #405 Col. Puerto México LA BARRA DE ALVARADO Proud Veracruz cuisine. Avenida Independencia and Díaz Mirón PICHICHI An alternative with Spanish cuisine. Malpica #404 Col. Centro

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