Located at the south end of Soliman Bay, Mexico is a taste of seafood heaven. Just a short walk for guests at Nah Uxibal, or any of the vacation rentals for lunch or dinner – before dark.
Look for the shipwrecked boat at the end of the bay, and Chamico’s is just past it.
Nothing fancy, just a shack where a local family prepares the food, a few plastic tables and chairs, and an open air fire grate where fish is fried in a big skillet.
Just walk up, grab a table and chairs and order cold beverages and their fresh-made seafood ceviche and fresh-caught fish. No menus, no credit cards, not much English spoken. Key words: cerveza, soda, agua, ceviche, pescado filet or pescado whole.
The view can’t be beat, and you can send the young folks over to the water to frolic. It’s also okay to BYOB – or bring your on booze or wine, beer, etc. They keep the basics stocked for beer, soda and water.
The best is when it’s lobster season… Mmmmm… Lobster ceviche…
You can get up, move around while you wait for dinner (or go sneak a cigarette)