Last week, friends took us to this charming, comfortable Italian fusion restaurant located across the street from the new ferry terminal. It was one of the best meals we've had in almost 20 years of coming to Isla Mujeres.
This week my wife and I returned twice for the breakfast special, omelet or eggs to order, and were even more impressed. Our large portion of perfectly cooked huevos mutolenos came not only with traditional fried ripe plantains but also with grilled vegetables, a variety of delicious fresh-baked pan dulce, orange juice -- squeezed right there -- AND coffee or a glass of layered cappuccino. Drizzled on the mixed green salad was thick sweet balsamic vinegar, the expensive kind. This fabulous breakfast cost only 95 pesos, less than 8 dollars.
Fabrizio, the lovely chef from Bologna, Italy, came out to greet us. The attentive servers spoke fluent English. The large, clean space features interesting art work, including the famous due torri -- twin towers -- of Bologna, and a well-stocked polished hardwood bar from Chiapas with beautifully-carved nautical designs.
Each morning, we have been the only people having breakfast there. We want Due Torri to stay open for years to come, so we hope many other people discover this Isla gem.
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