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Typical food of Guaymas, Mexico

Considered one of the strongest producers of shrimp and oysters in northern Mexico, Guaymas has an exquisitely varied cuisine ranging from delicious dried meat to seafood.
Guaymas is a beautiful port in the Mexican state of Sonora that will delight you with its exquisite dishes based on seafood and steaks. As in most states, meat is widely consumed, especially dried meat, which is also used in other dishes such as tacos, "machaca", and "machaca con huevo", enjoyed with delicious flour tortillas and a hot sauce. Beans play an important role in the Sonoran cuisine, but the use of shrimp, oysters, fish, and other seafood is more common in Guaymas.

Delighting your palate will not be difficult, since Guaymas offers its giant shrimp that you can enjoy at any restaurant on the beach, while enjoying the beautiful view. But if you want to try a really delicious dish typical of the region, "pargo zarandeado" is the option, as it is wrapped in banana leaves, seasoned with spices, and grilled; it is widely recommended to enjoy it with a cold beer.

Remember to visit restaurants as El Esterito, Los Barcos, or Los Arbolitos while you are in the city, where you can also enjoy a delicious seafood cocktail and other Mexican specialties.

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Camarones gigantes,Guaymas, Mexico

Camarones gigantes Exquisite larger shrimp seasoned with lemon juice and served with vegetables.

Pargo zarandeado,Guaymas, Mexico

Pargo zarandeado Fish wrapped in banana leaves, seasoned with spices, and grilled.

Coctel de mariscos,Guaymas, Mexico

Coctel de mariscos Mixed seafood, especially shrimp and oysters, seasoned in lemon juice and served with vegetables and sauces.

Bacanora,Guaymas, Mexico

Bacanora Typical beverage of the state of Sonora, also known as mezcal in other states of Mexico.