The servers were dressed in traditional Mexican garb which added to the experience. Food was good, as was the Modelo beer.
This is a traditional style restaurant and seems to be very popular with locals, which is a good sign. The menu offers a great choice of seafood, although there are also plenty of other options. I went for the chef's recommend grilled seafood platter (the "Parrillada Marganzo"): as might be expected, this was expensive, at almost twice the price of... More
We ate their last night, I ordered a starter and main course. My wife made it clear that she only wanted a main course but was happy to wait. Result, her main course arrived before anything else and my complaint to the waitress didn't elicit any response better than a shrug of the shoulders. So they opened badly and nothing... More
We had some good food here with quite reasonable prices for a restaurant - that's it, a restaurant, not a taqueria. It's a nice place with good seafood options but nice choice of meats as well. Overall we liked it!
This was very very nice, seafood so fresh it was a surprise to the taste buds! The battered prawns and fish mornay were our choices and both lovely. Good service. Only downside was the wine, not so good - especially the red. There was a choice of premium wine by the glass and vin ordinaries. The cheaper one was better.... More
at $20 bucks pp for generous portions and creative choices like red beets carpaccio you'll be pleased by good service and tasty regional fare, of course adding a bottle of wine will set you back further, I did not look at their list but I saw pretty lame selections of people's tables.... instead we tried an extremely pleasing agua mineral... More
Good food, good service, somewhat high prices! It was somewhat crowdy so we had to wait a bit long for the food! But it was good, the give you free appetizer and a tamarind margarita at the end of your meal, very good! :)
It's not often that I experience what I consider to be a perfect meal, but that was my experience at Marganzo during my visit to Campeche. I think we arrived for dinner a bit after 6:00 and the restaurant was very quiet. Our server brought out some chips, bread and I believe some octopus ceviche. I have to admit, octopus... More
We went for breakfast and dinner and it was great in both occasions. The seafood is top notch. Try the pampano, try the "pan de cazòn": do not expect luxurious sorroundings, this is a simple, clean and delicious restaurant
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