Where to Eat in Campeche

The city of walls offers a vast variety of seafood and fish in small and simple local restaurants with all the tradition of Campeche’s fishing community. CENADURÍA PORTALES Exquisite regional cuisine at inexpensive prices, located under Portales de San Francisco. Calle 10 #186 MARGANZO Fish and seafood specialties. Calle 8 #267 LA PIGUA Fish and seafood restaurant. Av. Miguel Alemán #197 http://www.lapigua.com.mx LA ALMENA Excellent international cuisine restaurant. Interior del Hotel Baluartes en Av. 16 Septiembre #128 PIZZA DI PAZZIA Italian pastas and pizzas, located on the coastal avenue. Av. Justo Sierra Méndez EL RINCÓN TARASCO Specialties in steaks and tacos. Typical Mexican cuisine. Calle 12 #112 Col. Centro

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