La Lomita


This photo was taken on Hidalgo, no where near the restaurant.  But I like the shot because for me it kind of depicts the uniqueness of Isla Mujeres (check out the Sesame Street fabric on the dog).

One of my favourite restaurants on Isla is unique as well, to say the least.  A kind of haphazard decor, irregular service and one of the most basic kitchens I have snuck a peak at -BUT THE FOOD!

Chicken soup sounds pretty basic-it was divine.  The broth was bursting with flavour and the pulled chicken so fresh tasting.

This is empty lot next to the restaurant.  The first time I ate there in 2005 there were chickens living here-now that’s fresh!

Freshness continues to their papas fritas-upon ordering they peel and slice the potato and drop it into a shallow fryer.  The piece de resistance is the wedge of lime that comes with every order.  You’ll never want to eat your fries any way else.

Ophelia’s Chilies Relleno-nuff said.

On this day, my companion and I shared this lunch as we were trying to fit many food destinations into our final days.  I can’t specifically recall the price but I think we each put in the equivalent of $7. and we were stuffed.  We had to walk along the sea wall to wear it off.  Ahh Isla…..

Kath’s quote:

“Tropical the island breeze
All of nature wild and free
This is where I long to be l
a isla bonita”- Madonna

3 Comments to

“La Lomita”

  1. Avatar June 16th, 2010 at 7:08 am Victoria Says:

    Oh the tastes of Isla – the best chicken soup ever – the best fries ever – the best chiles rellenos ever – the bestest of the best…

    Loved seeing the photo of “our” rubble:-)

  2. Avatar June 16th, 2010 at 7:28 am bellini valli Says:

    I remember wandering the streets. There was a breakfast place owned by Canadians that we liked to go to. Some day I would like to stay in the seashell house:D

  3. Avatar June 16th, 2010 at 6:35 pm Sister @3 Says:

    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, Islaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. It’s like a sigh!

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