Bicycle and/or bus trips into the towns surrounding Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico. Visit the towns of the Mayas, past and present.
Friday, March 12, 2010
MÉRIDA SEA FOOD TACOS AND SANDWICHES
Ever smiling owner of El Negro taqueria Sr. Buenaventura Couoh makes his clients happy and eager to return to his exquisite seafood mini-restaurant.
Located in Mérida’s city center on calle 64 between 59 and 61 is this little restaurant with a well deserved reputation built over twenty years for fresh “mariscos” or seafood tacos and sandwiches. Reasonably priced with rapid service and top quality, they have the recipe for success. Open from 7 AM to 3 PM every day. They also feature turkey, pork and regional dishes. Catering is available on request. Tel. 924-44-45
Irresistibly tempting for all seafood lovers; this presentation is pleasing to the eye.
Happy friendly waiters make El Negro taqueria a good choice.
The no frills atmosphere is offset by fresh quality and friendly prices.
New Yorker’s Pat and Dave fill up on shrimp sandwiches for breakfast.
Posted by JJ Yucatan at 8:03 PM
Labels: Buenaventure Couoh, El Negro Taqueria, seafood tacos
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Definitely my favourite breakfast spot!
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