Fodor's Expert Review El Muelle
"The Pier" resembles a Caribbean fish market with its wooden plank floors, whitewashed tables, and pilings strung with rope. A chalkboard features the catch of the day; it's delivered from local fishermen every morning and simply yet flavorfully prepared one of five ways or sold by the gram to go. El Muelle opens at 4 pm, so come before dinner for a strawberry-lemon spritzer and mixed ceviche made Peruvian-style with Leche de Tigre. From that point on, you're hooked, and you'll soon find there isn't a mediocre dish on the menu. This darling, ocean-to-table restaurant is not to be confused with Muelle 3 right around the corner.
Ave. 5 and Calle 32
Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo 77710, Mexico