Due to the damage caused by Hurricane Wilma, the following description may no longer be accurate. Please consider this when making your travel plans. ... More
Due to the damage caused by Hurricane Wilma, the following description may no longer be accurate. Please consider this when making your travel plans. In operation since 1960, it's hard to believe such an eye-sore serves such delicious food. Thankfully the dining area with its hideous shades of orange is not indicative of the food served. The menu shuns any American influence and serves Yucatecán specialties such as pollo ticuleno, a five-tiered dish with chicken, tomato sauce, mashed potatoes, cheese and peas, separated by layers of homemade tortillas. Beef, chicken and seafood enchiladas, are also choice picks.
if you are staying anywhere on cozumel, grab a cab and go to "el Moro" you will not be disappointed....the food is great! we go back every time for the chicken Ticuleno which is always superb...the staff is always friendly the decor is orange...feels like the little corner diner you love wherever your home is....prices are good and you will not leave hungry!!!
we were there 12/06 and were worried that the wilma had closed them.... the owners had considered, lucky for all of us this family restaurant survives!
I have been to Cozumel five times and always make it a point to eat at the El Moro. My suggestion... read the menu and then order the Zacharias Special. Shrimp in white wine, Grouper vera cruz, grilled shrimp, conch in garlic with rice and beans and tortillas. A can't miss all you can eat treat. Oh, can only order for two, three or four persons.
By far the best service on the island. And the food is always fresh and cooked perfectly. Ask for Ray, and you'll see what I'm talking about. Cochinita on Sundays, Black beans on Monday. Closed Thursdays. Believe me! It is always good.
Shrimp, shrimp and more shrimp, served every way you can imagine. The most popular of preparations is quick fried and
served in a terra cotta bucket with a side of garlic sauce for USD5. Complement it with a draft ...
El Cid La Ceiba Beach Hotel is a boutique style property nestled on the southern shores of Cozumel Island. Features
include an ocean view Jacuzzi, tide pool, scheduled activities program, swimming pool with childrens swimming area, tennis court, snorkeling, ...
El Caracol is thought to be a Maya lighthouse built between 1200 and 1400 A.D. that also served as a
hurricane warning system. Strategically placed openings whistle when the wind blows and the Maya were able to tell what ...