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History all over the walls the smell of the ocean written 30 meters away fresh shrimp and numerous other sea food dishes aviable the hotel la fiesta just above you very old and unique rooms with amazing views
We loved El Shrimp last year when we vacationed in Mazatlan. We enjoyed our first meal of our 2-month stay at this convenient location with an excellent view of the Malecon and Olas Altas. My husband and I each ordered tacos. He had shrimp and...More
Had enjoyed this restaurant in the past, but it is definitely not worth a return visit. We ordered cold shrimp to peel and eat. It took almost an hour to get it. Along the way, they gave us some chips and guacamole. We had not...More
We took our friends to Shrimp Bucket for a quick bite before strolling the Malecon. Nothing quick about it. One of our kids was very hungry so I asked if we could quick cheese casadea as we waited for our boat load of shrimp they...More
Stopped there for a cold beer and some snacks after working the Malecon.
Great setting overlooking the Pacific. I have the seafood ceviche, very good and my wife ordered the shrimp tacos, also very good.
We had the 10 piece shrimp bucket a couple of times during our 2 week stay. Great juicy shrimp, also various cooked shrimp prepared in many ways. Service is fine. Prices are fair. Location on the patio is nice for a beer and a meal.
A great place in the past. Now very limited menu. All new staff -- constantly changing and inexperienced unlike in the past when our favorite waiter was always there or someone equally capable. Very loud music (and not particularly good the night we were there)...More
The wait staff were very kind and helpful. Still yummy food and just wanted some T-shirts to have since I didn't have mine from 1965. But they didn't seem to have a full on management, but food and service was good!