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You can eat at a different place every meal for a week and still not get to try everything. 

For Mexican foods we think you should try, go to Tasty Mexican Foods.

There are some examples of foods we got to try, and other things that you should keep an eye out for on your own journeys through Mazatlan restaurants...

 

Restaurants in Mazatlan that we highly recommend:

  • Panama Restaurant y Pasteleria: el sabor de lo nuestro.  This was everyone's favorite restaurant by unanimous decision.  It was large, clean, and the food was excellent.  While you're there, make sure you stop and look at their bakery and purchase a delicious chocolate cake.  You will not be wasting your money.   

  • El Shrimp Bucket: Located in the bottom of Hotel La Siesta, this restaurant offers outdoor dining looking out across the malecon (the boardwalk that runs along the shore) and the Pacific Ocean.  Come here for dinner to get some excellent fresh seafood at reasonable prices.  They also have a delicious breakfast.  Watch out if you're dining outside; the pigeons like to steal food from your plate!

  • La Copa de Leche is almost next door to Hotel La Siesta.  They offer a very good breakfast with excellent coffee.  If you're lucky, you'll even get a Spanish lesson from your waiter. 

Pizza Moreno

at Libertad 409, is a pizza place run by a Canadian expatriate.  You will get more food than you know what to do with.  Order the garlic bread.  They also have salads, deep-dish lasagna, and spaghetti.

What else but a Canadian pizza restaurant in Mazatlan?

    

Other Restaurants:

  • Bahia Mariscos, located in Old Mazatlan, is a seafood restaurant.  They serve everything from calamari to ceviche.  We didn't get a chance to eat there because my sister threw a fit...there was no chicken on the menu...but we wanted to.  It was in a beautiful old building.  Their prices were somewhere around ten dollars and up for a seafood dish. 

 

For a longer list of restaurants, mostly in the Zona Dorado, go to http://www.maztravel.com/maz/restaurants.html

Outside and across the street from El Shrimp Bucket. 

 

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