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The Lakeside Guide to Ajijic & Lake Chapala, Mexico
A margarita on the rocks served in a copper cup.
Pad thai with shrimp and chicken.
Chamorro (marinated pork shank) with avocado and a slice of corn.
Owners Juan José Gamboa and Angy Saucedo serve tacos on the Ajijic plaza six nights a week from 7:00 to 11:30 p.m.
Stuffed grape leaves with a side salad and a dollop of jocoque. Jocoque is neither sour cream nor Mexican crema, but another dairy product made from fermented milk that is something in between.
El Infierno

Food & Drink / Lake Chapala, Mexico

On the north shore of Lake Chapala between Jocotepec and Chapala, you'll find hundreds of restaurants. From traditional Mexican food to international cuisine, this area is packed with more selection per square kilometer than most cities and towns north of the border.

    Mexican Food Guide