Open Hours: 6:30p-11:30p Tu-Sa, Closed month of October
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Due to the damage caused by Hurricane Wilma, the following description may no longer be accurate. Please consider this when making your travel plans. La Cocay serves up the most innovative cuisine on the island in a casually elegant atmosphere. Wooden tables, wrought iron chairs and soft lighting contribute to the romance while the open-air kitchen lets you watch the chefs in action. The menu changes each month so it's always a surprise, but past masterpieces have included Mushroom Ragout with Sweet Potato Crisps or Sesame-peppered Sashimi Tuna with Spicy Slaw. Desserts are made on the premises daily and there is an excellent wine list.
My husband and I visit Cozumel often and always make it a priority to eat at La Cocay. The food is alway incredible and the desserts are like a work of art. They are in a new location with dining inside or outside, beautiful.
We ate at La Cocay in 2003. The owner/chef came out and chatted with us for a long time and was super friendly. The food was so delicious that we talked about it for a year. When we returned to Cozumel in 2004, this restaurant was the first place I wanted to go. Apparently it was closed for renovations, which was a HUGE disappointment for me! I can't wait to get there again in 2005!
We were in Cozumel for 2 weeks and ate out every night. For the most part we avoided the front street restaurants as they were overpriced. La Cocay was the only restaurant we went to twice as the food was excellent and well thought out. It was about the same price as many of the front street restaurants but it was gourmet dining. The only concern is the menu didn't appropriately reflect the quality of the food. eg. shrimp and artichoke salad (sounds like I was going to get the standard small shrimp I would expect at home) instead got several nicely spiced large grilled shrimp over marinated artichokes. Excellent flavour!
wonderful food & service.
the most elegant meal on the island,
we had a great time just watch the chef's prepare a meticulous meal.
the owners were very nice, all people were very friendly. wish I was there!
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