|Jungle Pizza Photo Courtesy of TripAdvisor|
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Any's is good, Any's is reliable, but Any's is over priced. It is at Tourist Ground Zero in Zihuatanejo Centro.
We decided pozole would be a good thing for supper, and we were right. A medium pozole is $90 peso. It does come with a lot of supporting botanas, but many were not in their prime of youthful freshness. Sra. Cuevas had a pozole blanco and I a verde. Both were loaded with pork or chicken and sabrosos and were fully garnished to dress to your taste.
|Pozole Verde Any's|
Here's the Ratings:
Price: $-$1/2 pp
Ambience: Kitsch Mexicano
Rest room: Didn't use it this time, fine on an earlier visit.
Zihuatanejo, Centro, Calle Ejido #18 (Frente a Banamex)
|Beach entrance to El Manglar|
Besides its pleasant, just off-beach setting, El Manglar is noted for its wildlife. Some colorful dining companions emerge to entertain you.
|The Maitre d' will seat you.|
|English menu for the Spanish deprived|
|Grilled Fish Tacos|
But you can order simple seafood or grilled meats. I ordered Sesame Crusted Tuna, but had the chef leave off the Pecan-Coconut Sauce (Really; who dreams up these IHOP type creations?). Instead, I got a simple mojo de ajo sauce, on the side. The tuna was done to my taste and the vegetables were cooked al punto as well.
|Sesame Crusted Tuna|
|Dorado cooked in banana leaf|
Price: $$. Our cuenta was $610 pesos, plus tip. But we had a several drinks and an extra dish*.
Ambience: Jungle Outpost with beach close by.
Restrooms are clean, modern facilities, out back, secured by vigilant security personell.
*Desserts were again limited to CREPES. (Must be a frozen crepes distributor in the region.) We had seen an adjoining table get this other, great looking dish, so we also ordered it, as our "dessert".
|Fried Fresh Calamares|
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