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June 13, 2003
Although the service and menu selection was good, I was letdown by the quality of the food. It was good, just not great. From everything that I had read about Beccofino's, I was expecting great. I would recommend this restaurant if you don't mind overpaying for a good Italian meal. But if you want great, go to Villa de la Selva.
From journal A Week in Ixtapa, Mexico
December 25, 2000
Situated at Marina Ixtapa, Beccofino is one of four adjoining restaurants that straddle the promenade between the business strip and the luxury watercraft in their berths. Each of these eateries has a seating area on the inland side of the walkway, and each also has an over-water dining area across the pavement. We arrived as the first customers for dinner (without reservations), and were ushered to the best table for two on the seaside patio. The service was excellent, the mahi-mahi in black butter sauce that Sue ordered was declared as the best dish she had eaten in quite some time.
I enjoyed a mixed seafood grill of shrimp, lobster and fish, all done to perfection. The key item for me, however, was dessert. Having acquired a taste for good flan a few years ago in Portugal, I ordered Beccofino’s version. It is without a doubt the best flan I have ever tasted! Try it. I would also point out that Beccofino, like most area restaurants, feature the Baja vinted wines of L.A. Cetto as value choices on the wine list. This evening we selected a Barbera that was quite enjoyable
From journal Mid-December in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo