Near Madera Beach, unassuming little restaurant, food was outstanding and service attentive.
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Originally came to this area looking for Mariscos Chendos but we got confused and ended up sitting down at Mariscos Sixtinos. We originally we going to leave but decided to sit down and give it a try... Boy are we glad we did... We started...More
We were staying in the area and passed all the places to eat in Calle Adelita several times. It was hard to decide where to have dinner, but we were very glad that we chose Mariscos Sixtino's! What we had: Mahi mahi filet Veracruzano style...More
We came across this unassuming little restaurant while walking in downtown Zihua and went inside, intending to have a cold beer and continue on our way. We decided to share an order of Tiritas (the best we've found anywhere so far, and we've had some...More
Excellent grilled fish served in a variety of styles in this cozy street cafe. Not much in decor but the food makes up for any deficiencies. The chef/owner is fun and engaging. This is worth your time for an inexpensive meal that excels on taste.
This small restaurant always looked tidy and inviting when we walked by, so we finally tried it. Upon being seated, we were promptly served our drinks, some fresh tortilla chips and 3 types of dips (a delicious mango salsa, regular pico de gallo salsa and...More