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Your Guide to The Best Restaurants in Cancun Mexico

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    AMERICANRuths Chris Steak House .........19

    ARGENTINEAN Bandoneon ...................................... 7Cambalache ...................................15

    CARIBBEAN La Habichuela .................................. 5La Habichuela Sunset ...............12

    CONTINENTAL The Club Grill .................................10

    INDIANElefanta ............................................16

    ITALIANCenacolo................................ 13La Dolce Vita.......................... 19La Madonna............................. 9Savios ................................... 19

    MEDITERRANEANFantino..............................................11Mare (NEW).............................. 18

    MEXICANPaloma Bonita ..............................19

    SEAFOODJC Capitan ......................................14Puerto Madero ............................... 8

    THAIThai Lounge....................................17

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    10LA DESTILERIA RUTH'S CHRISSTEAK HOUSE

    CAMBALACHE

    12CENACOLO

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    22LA BODEGUITA DEL MEDIO

    JC CAPITANruinas el reY

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    CRAB HOUSE 20LA DOLCE VITA 17

    HARRY 13

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    19TERRANEO11PUERTO MADERO

    LA ISLASHOPPING

    VILLAGE

    PLAZA FORUM

    23LA PALAPA BELGA

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    C A N C U N M E N U S

    dear Cancun diner:Hello and Welcome to Cancun, where the beautiful white beaches and gorgeous turquoise waters make for one of the prettiest places on Earth!

    Please allow us to share something with you. We love good food! When we go on vacation we want to know Where are the best places to eat?. This is what inspired Cancun Menus and remains our goal to bring you the answers.

    Weve had the pleasure of living in Cancun for many years and know which establishments consistently serve good food. We first began more than two decades ago, by conducting an annual

    Survey of Best Restaurants. The scene has changed from time to time, some have changed names or cuisines, new places have been introduced, but our goal remains the same - to give you, the tourist, all the information needed to fi nd your perfect dining experience.

    We love hearing from you & appreciate all the feedback weve received over the years. If you have any suggestions, recommendations or even complaints, please let us know. We sincerely hope your visit to Cancun will be a wonderful, delicious experience!

    CANCUN MENUSSummer - Fall 2012 EditionPublished by: Paradise Productions, S.A. de C.V.Calle Quetzal, Cancun, Q. Roo. 77500 Tel. (998) 883-1879 www.cancunmenus.com email: 2gringos@prodigy.net.mxPre-Press: Logobug Taller Creativo

    CANCUN MENUS is published bi-annually by Paradise Productions S.A. de C.V.. We are not responsible for advertisers and their representatives not providing the quality or products presented herein.

    PRICES AND MENU ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE, BUT WERE ACCURATE AT TIME OF PRINTING. International Copyright 2012 A ll International Rights. No portion of CANCUN MENUS may be reproduced without prior written permission from the publisher.

    buen provecho!terry & susandos gringos

    friendly advice to our readersTHE FACTS: There are over 400 res-taurants in Cancun. This means there is mucho competition. Many, many people are paid to convince or persuade you, the tourist, to go to certain restau-rants. You might hear things like:

    That restaurant is no good,but I know one

    That restaurant is closed, butor your driver may say,

    Ive never heard of that restaurant!

    THE TRUTH: The restaurants we feature in Cancun Menus are the favorites of many of us who live here. Should you have questions or concerns about any Cancun restaurants call us, well be glad to hear from you. If you visit a restaurant not in our magazine but deserves our consideration, let us know that too!

    for reservations at any restaurant contact susan and terry at:Tel: 883-1879Email: 2gringos@prodigy.net.mx

    For fast and easy reservations on yourmobile device - www.cancunmenus.com

    PRICES: GOD only knows what the exchange rate will be by the time youre reading this! All prices listed are in pesos, except where indicated. As we go to press, June 2012, the exchange rate is about $13.50 pesos to the dollar. Since many restaurants import their products, they adjust prices accordingly. Shouldexchange rates change considerably, you can expect the menu prices to change also. Peso prices may go up when the exchange rate is higher, but the cost in dollars remains the same.

    ANOTHER PIECE OF ADVICE: In Mexico it is considered rude to bring the check before you ask. So when you are ready for it, just tell your waiter, La cuenta por favor.

    por faVor! please MentionCanCun Menus or dos gringos when you make your reservations or visit these restaurants or fi ll out your comment card. Itll help us to continue providing this service. Muchas gracias.

    CANCUN MENUS ES UNA PUBLICACIN SEMESTRAL, EDITADA POR PARADISE PRODUCTIONS, S.A. DE C.V., QUETZAL 39, N 10, CANCUN, Q. ROO, MEXICO. CERTIFICADOS DE LICITUD DE TITULOY DE CONTENIDO EN TRMITE. PERMISO DE SEPOMEX EN TRAMITE. DISTRIBUIDO POR PARADISE PRODUCTIONS, S.A. DE C.V.,IMPRENTA: CENVEO , HOUSTON, TEXAS, U.S.A. GRUPO REGIO, CANCUN.

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    CARIBBEAN

    AppetizersShrimp Cocktail 113

    Shrimp in Cocktail Sauce Cuitlacoche Crepes 103

    Authentic Mexican Delicacy inHollandaise Sauce

    Shellfish au Gratin 105Fine Selection of Caribbean Seafood

    in White Sauce Au Gratin

    SoupsCream of Habichuela 79

    Our Famous Stringbean & Vegetable Soup Prepared Daily since 1977

    Cream of Avocado 86A Cold Soup of Emerald

    Avocado with Aromatic HerbsLobster Bisque 95

    Exquisite Cream of Lobster

    SaladsHouse Salad 86

    Select Crisp Lett uce, Carrot, Squash & Jicama in House Dressing

    Caesar Salad 188The Emperor of Salads,

    Prepared at Your Table, for Two

    Fish & SeafoodFish Fillet 184

    The Best of the Days Catch, De-bonedand Prepared to Your Taste

    Grilled in Garlic, Breaded, orAmandine. Ask your

    Waiter for Other SuggestionsGrouper Supreme 270

    Lobster Stuffed Fillet in Guava SauceSeafood Parade 422

    Fish Fillet, Jumbo Shrimp and Lobster Tail, Grilled in Your Choice of Sauce

    Giant ShrimpTamarind Sweet & Sour Sauce 268Ginger and Mushroom Sauce 268

    Grilled with Garlic Butter 268Coconut Shrimp 268

    Shrimp Steak Medallions 235Caribbean Lobster TailSplendid Jumbo Size10 oz. 453

    Bestial Up to 16 oz. / by the oz. 40Lobster Thermidor, Newburg Sauce 489

    Surf and Turf 440

    TheFamous Cocobichuela

    More than 490,000 Served so Far!Chunks of Lobster and Shrimp

    Cooked in Curry SauceServed in a Coconut Shell

    Garnished with Tropical Fruits400

    VegetarianFettuccini with Zucchini 167

    Sauteed Zucchini and Onion, Parmesan Cheese and a Touch of AnchoviesVegetarian Fajitas 138

    Poultry & PastaChicken in Wine Sauce 191The Classic French, Red Wine Recipe

    Roast Domestic Duckin Pear Sauce 240

    Flamed with KirschSeafood Fettuccini in Garlic Sauce 178The Mediterranean Recipe

    with a Caribbean Touch

    Shish Kabob FlambShrimp & Lobster 327

    Lobster & Beef Fillet 327Shrimp & Beef Fillet 270

    Steaks

    Choice Cuts of Export-Grade Beef,Served with Vegetables and

    Baked Potato or RicePetite Chateaubriand 247Heart of Beef Fillet 259

    In Morel SauceMedallions Rossini 250

    New York 12-oz. 266Rib-Eye 12-oz. 297

    Mexican SpecialtiesCrema Conde 85

    Cream of Black Bean SoupGuacamole 65With Crispy Tortillas

    Chicken Fajitas 170Fish Fillet Veracruz 196

    Beef Fajitas 194With Re-fried Beans & GuacamoleChicken Enchiladas 167

    In Green Tomato Sauce with Melted Cheese

    Chicken in Mole 186In Traditional Finely-Ground

    Dark Puebla SauceBeef Tips Mexican Style 201

    Cooked as Our Grandmother Used to for Sunday Brunch. Ask Your Waiter

    downtown, Margaritas #25, sM22tel. 884-3158, 887-1716 open dailY 1pM - 12aM www.lahabichuela.com

    For 35 years the Pezzotti family has welcomed guests to this lovely home with its lush garden, where dining under the stars adds to the allure of twinkling lights in the trees and candle-lit tables. Sooo romantic, its no wonder visitors keep returning year after year. Soothing atmosphere filled with reproduced Mayan artifacts and artwork, a fountain, a fish tank and more. Always a favorite, absolutely worth the trip to town - youll just love it! Say LAH-bCHWEH-lah.

    Where you are treated like a Mayan KingCigar Smokers Welcome in Garden Area

    Reservations StronglyRecommended

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    downtown, Margaritas #29, sM22tel. 892-3056 or 884-3158 open dailY noon - Midnight www.labna.com

    This restaurant