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Cozumel seafood snacks
Cozumel seafood snacks.

Next time you have the urge for a seafood snack in Cozumel, check out El Sazón Del Camarón, a great little daytime restaurant that's popular with locals.

Meaning 'The Seasoning of the Shrimp', they serve tacos (filled maize flour tortillas) and tortas (bread roll sandwiches), with fried breaded shrimp, fish, octopus, conch, ceviche (local marinaded seafood speciality) and more.

Great for breakfast, lunch or a quick snack any time of the day, the prices are reasonable, the facilities simple but clean and the staff always friendly.

Cozumel ceviche tacos
Ceviche and fried breaded shrimp tacos.

If you're not looking for seafood, you'll also enjoy their fillings with fried breaded pork, mild green chili pepper with cheese, or egg and chaya, a healthy green leaf from the Yucatán area of Mexico that looks a bit like spinach.

Cozumel fish restaurant
Simple, clean facilities and friendly staff.

Fresh orange juice and iced hibiscus drink (jamaica) are also usually available, as well as a range of sodas.

Cozumel shrimp.
Scrummy fried breaded shrimp torta.

Benito Juarez, between Av. 55 and 60, Cozumel.

Opening hours:
8am to 4 pm, daily (may vary).

Price guide:
Tacos $1-$1.50 each, Tortas $2-$3, Fresh Juice $1.50, Sodas $1.

If you're looking for more ideas on where to eat, check out our Cozumel restaurants section too.