I’ve been gone from the blog awhile… lots of work, lots of trips, but now I’m back. It looks like I have finally caught up on all my work. (Famous last words, amiright?) If you want to catch up on what I’ve been doing, I post mostly to my CancunGringa Instagram account now. Still, I really miss blogging and hopefully now I can get back into it.
Back to the blog post at hand… A few weeks ago, Jorge and I had a lunch date! We used to go on dates all the time, but lately we’ve been hanging out more with friends on the weekends. We decided to revisit Fish Fritanga, where we had gone once with my blogging buddy Ang and her fiance (now husband!) and loved. Fish Fritanga is a little bit expensive, in my opinion, but it has the best seafood I’ve ever had in Cancun. It tastes just like the freshly caught seafood we eat with Jorge’s family in Chabihau, Yucatan, so it must be authentic!
It’s located in the Hotel Zone, about halfway between Plaza La Isla and Plaza Kukulcan on the lagoon side. From the street it looks like a tiny takeout place, but if you head downstairs you’ll find the main restaurant and bar area with palapas on the sand and views of the Nichupte Lagoon.
It looks empty in the pictures (and it was), but that’s only because Jorge and I got there early. The big lunch crowd came in as we were finishing our meal, around 2 pm. Since we got there before the crowd, we picked a table right by the lagoon/marina/mangrove and got to watch the little fish swimming around.
We started off with some guac…
And I couldn’t resist asking for a mojito, which had some words of wisdom to offer:
For the main course, Jorge got his usual ceviche, while I got my favorite: chilpachole soup!
If you’re ever in Cancun, Fish Fritanga is one of my top restaurant recommendations. (My 3rd favorite!) Authentic Mexican seafood, great outdoor atmosphere, and an easy-to-find location right in the middle of the Hotel Zone.