Buccano’s at Night is a restaurant in Cozumel that is open only Friday and Saturday evenings. Believe me, one looks forward to the weekend in Cozumel!
A beach club by day, Buccano turns into a fine dining experience on Fridays and Saturdays. The Caribbean Sea laps quietly at the shore while torches and glittery lights give it atmosphere. Foodies, the food is absolutely out of this world! I recently went to Cozumel for 2 weeks, and I ate at Buccanos twice. Here’s why:
I absolutely love the sconces.
Lobster Tempura is an appetizer….but it served as my entree on one visit. Delicious! Black Sesame Lobster Tempura…spinach salad with grilled pineapple, and spicy lemon soy sauce.
Buccano’s Fish Tacos was my entree on my second visit …. best I’ve ever had!
Seafood Skewer In Spicy Mango Glaze: lobster, shrimp, octopus & catch of the day with mango pico de gallo
I apologize, I dug in before I remembered to take the photo! Crispy Poached Egg on Pesto Crostini with tomato chipotle sauce. Unbelievably good.
Blackened ‘Catch of the Day’ Mahi: jalapeño, toasted sesame, papaya and Korean black bean noodles.
I have written about Buccanos at Night prior to this post, but the location and food are so fabulous that I just had to show it to you again!
The Pirate Ship in Cozumel is a lovely sight.
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