Fodor's Expert Review Luz de Luna
Inside a colonial-era building, this small family-run restaurant is decorated with Mexican crafts. Since most customers are tourists, you'll find familiar favorites like burritos, pasta, sandwiches, and fajitas on the enormous menu. Grilled fish and steak are served with rice and shredded lettuce, as are the rolled tacos and enchiladas topped with red or green chile sauce. There are only five tables, but somehow this place can seem overwhelmingly busy on a packed night. Early risers might want to stop by for French toast or one of their breakfast crepes. Take note, Luz de Luna does not serve alcohol.
Calle 59 No. 6
Campeche City, Campeche 24000, Mexico