Zihuatanejo lunch

February 19, 2009

After a full morning at the market in Zihuatanejo we needed a restoring lunch so we walked to nearby El Gabo.


There is a counter between the dining room and the sidewalk where fish, oysters and avocados are on display and are prepared for the kitchen. The big pot contains a simmering octopus.

Chips, dips and sauces were put on the table.

Among the dishes we had were

Pulpo a la Mexicana
Octopus Mexican Style

Camarones a la plancha
Broiled shrimps

Dedos de pescado
Breaded fish sticks

Abalone cevice

Shrimp cevice

The lunch was fine for its type and just right after our morning in the market.
The following day we had lunch at Il Mare, a restaurant with a Venetian theme, which specializes in pannini and frittatas at lunch. They are served with a delicious slice of papaya.



The view was spectacular and the cuisine just right for lunch.
I do not have any reports on dinners in Zihuatanejo as we ate at Roy Ann’s every evening.

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