The last night of our “Life in Merida” trial was spent at an Italian restaurant a couple hundred feet from where we had lived. We hadn’t tried it yet but knew it received the highest ratings. We found out why. Pictures of the food don’t begin to do it justice. The ambience, service and flavors were deliciously memorable!
Our first day in Chicxulub brought us an equally memorable lunch. As it is off-season in this fishing village of 5000, many items on the menu were not available, but everywhere you look, Pescado Frito was. So with pictures of fried fish filets dancing in our brains we happily ordered. Carma’s amazing ability to stifle a gasp and with composure and a smile, thank the waiter with a hearty “gracias”, needs to be duly noted here.
We thought the two meals side by side might be enjoyed. Let it also be noted that the fried fish tasted good.