Tampico is a city and port in the southeastern part of the state of Tamaulipas, Mexico. It is located on the north bank of the Pánuco River, about 10 kilometres (6 mi) inland from the Gulf of Mexico, and directly north of the state of Veracruz. Tampico is the fifth-largest city in Tamaulipas, with a population of 314,418 in the city proper and 929,174 in the metropolitan area.
Things to do in Tampico
4 based on 117 reviews
After visiting countless Japanese restaurants around the world (that are, presumably, too, only adaptations of "real" Japanese cuisine), on can only wonder how Kurai can call itself a sushi place or an Asian restaurant at all. From putting cream cheese in virtually every roll and throwing in random pieces of meat and chicken into rice rolls that are always falling apart, this place is one big mess. As if that wasn't enough to make any sushi lover recoil in horror, they also fry many of their rolls, which results in rolls dripping in OIL being served to the customer. As a result, every roll tells exactly the same and makes for one really messy and unsatisfying experience.
4.5 based on 200 reviews
Nice place to have breakfast, clean and good service. The food is good too. I personally didn't like the decoration, looking at dead animals while eating is not my thing, but overall it was a good experience.
4 based on 169 reviews
El Itacate is a local bakery and restaurant famous for its sweetbread and Mexican/regional food. Lomas de Rosales is its nicest location (and only one with parking). Despite tough competition from national chains it remains a locals' favorite for breakfast, dinner or just having a coffee or tea. I really like their chilaquiles and enpipianadas (a kind of non-spicy enchilada). It can get really crowded during peak hours and that can make service slow.
4.5 based on 235 reviews
This place has some of the best seafood in town. The cheese tortillas are unique never have seen them elsewhere. Don't miss if you visiting. Local landmark. BETTER THERE THAN ACROSS THE STREET says the sign on the front (the grave yard is a cross the street)
4 based on 74 reviews
Right on the Hidalgo Avenue this place is almost a landmark in Tampico. It has been here for years, and the quality of the food and service will never dissapoint you.
Try the seafood combination for appetizer, or the empanadas argentinas, the bife is fantanstic and seafood is always fresh. Do not miss the "alfajor"
You will not go wrong here,
4.5 based on 103 reviews
if you find yourself in Tampico and are craving for a truly italian dish, head for one of La Dolce Vita's two locations... one is across the street from the airport and another one on Avenida Universidad...
If you don't see anything on the menu that catches your fancy, worry not... just instruct the waiter about your dish and he/she will relay your wishes to the kitchen...
4 based on 92 reviews
Excelent selection of local and international food dishes, like no other in town, good quality, huge quantity, for reasonable prices, definitely the place to enjoy in every visit to Tampico, Mexico. At night, this restaurant moves to a sensible sparking side with live music and all kind of bar options that take place along with friendly convivence and spectacular joy of fun. Don´t miss it.....
4.5 based on 283 reviews
(833) 228 3702
4.5 based on 36 reviews
(833) 217 4720
El Muelle is always packed in the weekends and that's for a good reason. It offers a large menu of local seafood dishes and even things like lobster. The place is brand new and well maintained, it has A/C too, just be careful with the floor, it's really slippery!! The food is great, fresh ingredients, and nice dish presentation. The prawn cocktail was plentiful and the fish fillet tasty. Prices are on the high end but justified by quality and size of the dishes. Cards accepted and no problem invoicing. I will surely return to try other dishes.
4.5 based on 536 reviews
The only thing I could say is that this place is great! Very fresh seafood and very creative options.
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