Isla Mujeres Restaurants

Dining on Isla is a casual affair, and much more affordable than in neighboring Cancún. Restaurants tend to serve simple food like seafood, pizza, salads, and Mexican dishes. Fresh ingredients and hospitable waiters make up for the island’s lack of elaborate menus and master chefs. It’s cash-only in most restaurants. If credit cards are accepted, you’ll most likely pay an additional 5% service charge. It’s customary in Mexico for the waiter to bring the bill only when you ask for it ("la cuenta, por favor"). Always check to make sure you didn’t get charged for something you didn’t order, and to make sure the addition is correct. The "tax" on the bill is often a service charge, a sort of guaranteed tip.

Though informal, most indoor restaurants do request that you at least wear a shirt and shoes. Some outdoor terrace and palapa restaurants also require shoes and some sort of cover-up over your bathing suit.

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  • 1. Mango Cafe

    $ | Eclectic

    Warm and inviting with wooden tables and colorful chalkboards announcing the day's agua frescas, this 10-table hotspot is a must if you're...Read More

  • 2. Aluxes Coffee House

    $ | Café

    Open from 7 am to 10 pm, this spot is equally good for an early-morning cappuccino, afternoon tea, or nighttime cocktail. It also has terrific...Read More

  • 3. Amigos

    $$ | Eclectic

    Although it used to be known mainly for its superb pizza, this easy-to-miss eatery offers a little bit of everything from fish and meat to pastas...Read More

  • 4. Bistro Français

    $$ | French

    The name of this casual restaurant is somewhat deceiving. Though French dishes like chicken cordon bleu or coq au vin can be found on the...Read More

  • 5. Café Cito

    $ | Café

    Opened in 1988, this cheery, seashell-decorated place was one of Isla's first cafés, and it's still among the best breakfast spots on the island...Read More

  • 6. Café Mogagua

    $$ | El Pueblo | Eclectic

    Whether you're sitting at one of the wooden tables, on a comfortable couch, or on a street-facing lounger, you'll enjoy the relaxed vibe at...Read More

  • 7. Casa Rolandi

    $$$ | Italian

    This quietly sophisticated hotel restaurant has an open-air dining room connected to a deck overlooking the water. Tables are set with beautiful...Read More

  • 8. Fenix

    $$$ | Mexican

    Next to the trendy Na Balam Hotel, Fenix offers beachside dining under big, shady palms, with tiki torches and beach beds (M$200 food or drink...Read More

  • 9. Lola Valentina

    $$$ | Caribbean

    Lori Dumm, former executive chef of Mango Cafe, has brought her talents to the heart of El Pueblo. Providing a unique take on Caribbean-fusion...Read More

  • 10. Mañana Restaurant & Bookstore

    $ | Café

    It's hard to miss this bright fuchsia restaurant with a yellow sun stretching its rays over the front door. But you won't want to pass up the...Read More

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