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Passing through the wrought iron gates into the gardens at the Casa Mission restaurant is like a taking a journey back in time.

The beautiful colonial style façade to the building is a survivor from the glory days of the Yucatan Peninsula.
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Take a journey back in time.

Back then, centuries ago, the basis of the economy was the trading of henequen - a type of agave plant whose fiber was used to make rope and twine.

You can enjoy the Casa Mission today as governors and aristocrats used to enjoy it in the days of henequen.

Live music adds to the historical ambiance every night with a very Mexican atmosphere. While dining, enjoy the melodies of local musicians playing as their forefathers used to.

The menu includes traditional Mexican and Yucatecan delicacies like Shrimp Cocktails, Lime Soup, Fried Fillet of Fish Veracruz Style, Tampico Beef Steak and Whole Fresh Lobster. More traditional dishes such as Caesar Salad, Surf and Turf, Chicken Kiev and Rib Eye Steak are also available.

If your mouth is watering already then you might like to know that This is Cozumel readers can save 50 pesos, just print out our discount voucher and take it along to receive your money off.

Location: Avenida 55 between Avenida Juárez and Calle 1.

Opening hours: 3pm-11pm, daily.

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