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Elizabeth, New Jersey
November 5, 2003
The welcoming is pleasant and enjoyable. It's by the lake and if you're lucky, you can meet the restaurant's long time friend Mr. Alligator, who seems to enjoy leftovers from guests. He has yet to complain about the food and service there. Don't worry, the restaurant is elevated and Mr. Alligator is a harmless friend, so they say.
This place never disappoints me. My wife and I have been going there for three years and nothing's changed. . .except for the better! They are located across the street from the Royal Mayan and Royal Caribbean in the Hotel Zone.
Of course I had to have my lobster with shrimp and my wife had a variety of cooked shrimp dish. If you like the chocolate banana taste, you have to try their Monkey Banana drink--awesome! My wife had a mango drink which was very refreshing.
What's even more refreshing is the discount we always get because of our membership with Royal Resorts!
Friendly and pleasant environment, and if you go just before sunset, well, I don't hold myself responsible for what could happen that night.
Only one thing this year. It seemed like we had to wait awhile for our check. Maybe it was because we were tired and needed to get ready for our flight the next day. But you go to Cancun to relax, I guess we just didn't want to leave.
From journal You Want The Truth About Cancun?
April 28, 2003
From journal Super Maya
by QUI QUI
NORTHANTS, United Kingdom
March 6, 2003
The tables were dressed with yellow and red table clothes to give that Mexican feel. You can sit at a table overlooking the lagoon if you wish, that adds the romantic touch if there is just the 2 of you.
The food that Captain's Cove has to offer is mainly seafood, but they do serve fajitas and other Mexican dishes too. The waiters are very friendly and make sure that your dining experience with is a memorable one.
From journal 3 weeks of pure bliss at Moon Palace.
September 8, 2002
You can enjoy a varied smorgasbord of flavor with its large variety of dishes from the exotic to traditional. Without a doubt, your palate will be pleased with its shrimp 'n coconut, lobster, and unbelievable Caribbean specialities like swordfish, shrimp trio and a Tikin-Xic (usually grouper grilled marinated in achiote spice). The flavor, seasoning, and portions will satify your appetite.
From journal Life is Sweeter by the Turquoise Sea.
November 24, 2002
We thought their best food was the Sopa de Lima (Lime Soup). Angela tried the lime soup at several restaurants and gave the lime soup at Captain's Cove her highest rating
My mom thought the chicken fajitas were overpriced because there was very little chicken in the fajitas--just onions and peppers.
From journal The Real Cancun on the cheap