We went to Nardo's twice while in Zihuatanejo. There is some street and utility improvements in progress, so it's a bit difficult to see if they are open. It's worth the effort to get there. First, you will be greeted by Alexis who is energetic and very polite. You'll also be greeted by Ferrari and then Nardo (1). All of them do their best to assist you. Secondly, the food is outstanding. We had the Caprese salad and it is excellent, with really nice ripe tomatoes with a special oil/? dressing and basil. Nice way to start a meal. I had pasta with an assortment of seafood which was great and my wife had fettucine with very large shrimp in a white cream sauce. I enjoy wine and they have a very nice selection. It really is worth a trip to see them and a very neat little restaurant,
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