Living in a big city surrounded by rivers and numerous lagoons, you create a culture quite specific about food, it's like living on the coast as you eat seafood from birth. Here in villahermosa swamp, river seafood is the specialty: Pejelagarto, mojarra, pigua, snail and an occasional tortoise, like the turtle in any thousand specialties. For now, I will comment on an interesting place called La Mojarra Feliz. It is a simple place on the city boardwalk, but on the side of Gaviotas colony. The dynamic is this: You come in, you see the cooler and pick your mojarra depending on how hungry you are, you sit and wait with a cold loggerhead (not sold in halves), you put a coin in the jukebox and listen to your favorite music until your desired dish arrives. No hassle, no eccentricities, La Mojarra Feliz allows you to eat well and cheaply. Nothing fancy, but for anyone who needs to eat a delicious mojarra.
I've been there a few times but the large garden is a place where you can really think and relax after a good meal. Here you can rest your eyes and it gives you a feeling of nature, green and colorful like the lilies. [B] [ / B]
For our first wedding anniversary my husband and I decided to eat at the Argentinean El Beef restaurant and it was really delicious. For our honeymoon we went on a trip to Argentina and here in Mexico we went to several restaurants that advertised food from Argentina. The Beef is the only food which really is like we ate in that beautiful country. The dumplings are great and the cuts of meat are exquisite and have a great wine collection too. The service is excellent and definitely not to be missed. Visit Tabasco: Http :/ / www.Keysite.Com.Mx