Editor's Choice: Wala Wala, La Isla or Social Club

Wala Wala has good food and live music on some nights during the winter. The hamburgers are good and the breaded shrimp are the best. Pedro is your host. They are open from 7:30am until 10pm - closed Sundays. During the summer they close in the afternoons. English spoken.

The San Blas Social Club is on Batallon overlooking the plaza. It offers indoor and patio seating. We specialize in fine steaks and seafood. Some of our customers favorites include, Blue Shrimp Scampi, Veal Scallopini, Chicken Parmigiana, Homemade Ravioli, and Rib Eye Steak. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Bar Food, with a Full Bar and Wine list. We have theme nights, like Beefsteak Night and Guest Chef Night and we're available for catered events and private parties. Located on the S.E. Corner of the Plaza #6 Juarez, above the bar. Open Mid October - May.

La Isla (Chef Tony's)
Best seafood in San Blas and a very unusal ambiance - this is not to be missed. (2 blocks from the plaza)

Kirinlingu: Fantastic shrimp or fish tacos. On the corner of Batallon and Mercado (by Farmacia Economica). 15 pesos each. Also try the agua fresca. It is the best I've had.

Ofro's: New in 2013, this attractive restaurant offers good food at reasonable prices. English Spoken.

Wakame Gourmet Chinese
They have a good selection of Chinese and even some Japanese food.   They offer many vegetarian dishes such as brocoli or vegetarian fried rice. (Go 2 blocks down the street from the church towards the air strip and make a right).

Located a half block from the plaza on Juarez, this restaurant is a San Blas tradition. It has a nice atmosphere where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner as you watch the world go by. Mike and Mika plays rock and blues on Saturday nights and they are very good.

There is a carnitas stand located a block from the plaza as you head to the docks. Carnitas are chunks of deep-fried pork and are quite delicious. You can sit down and order some tacos or get some to take home.

El Delphin at the Garza Canela
It's hard to believe this place exists in San Blas - in fact you feel like you left San Blas when you enter the restaurant. El Delphin offers gourmet French food at reasonable prices - 100 to 150 pesos a plate. The chef who was born in San Blas attended the Cordon Blue chef's school in France.