We had a very nice meal here. As at all the restaurants in the El Presidente Intercontinental, the wait staff is attentive and friendly. We had a very tasty free appetizer with pesto and sun dried tomatoes purée, then crostata with assorted toppings. My spouse had the 3-pasta special (good but not extraordinary) and I had the lasagna, also good. Not top-notch In terms of Italian cuisine but nonetheless a pleasant evening. The decor is also very tasteful.
We had been staying at this house and wanted to really go for some fish. My husband had the filet and lobster that was great and that I had grilled shrimp at the alfredo pasta. Fantastic service and food. We all enjoyed dessert. Overall it was a fantastic meal, but it was somewhat overpriced. The temperature conducted somewhat hot also. Fantastic service and see.
The good thing about going to Cozumel is the diversity of things you can do. From staying in a five-star hotel, an all-inclusive, to a boutique hotel or Airbnb accommodation. The same thing happens with food. Of course, the main dish is marine. But if you want to eat something different, you will definitely find it. Alfredo di Roma is an excellent place to eat in Cozumel. So I recommend it. Especially, to people who love Italian food. I remember a talk about a riviera maya bottom fishing tour I had with a guy who works there. I think it would be entertaining to do it. The restaurant is delicious, and the service is remarkable.
We arrived less guests of the resort. The food was delicious with a great view and fantastic service. They have a fantastic wine selection also. The carrot starter was excellent! We enjoyed our entrees as well, lobster risotto was a great dish. We will definitely return for another meal!
My husband and I loved our trip. He had the chicken parmigiana and I had the spinach and beef ravioli. Both were so good! Victor offered excellent company, he was just excellent. I had a 1/2 bottle of Shiraz and we topped it off with a tasty dessert. We loved it so much, we even ordered room service out of them a couple of days after going to the restaurant.
This restaurant is the only restaurant at the Intercontinental that required reservations. We were easily able to receive a same-day reservation. We began dinner with a great bottle of wine along with a huge bottle of water. There was a free olive tray, with a fig pesto for dipping bread sticks. The menus light up when you open them which, with my 46 year old eyes, I found to be much superior than having to pull my iPhone and use the flashlight. We purchased cakes: a caprese in my husband and also a Caesar for me personally. Both were OK — I probably would not order them again. Our main course was fettuccini alfredo with shrimp for my husband along with the lasagne bolognese for me. Again, the food was great, but nothing that I’d write home about. However, we purchased the Beigne for dessert. These are not just like your New Orleans beignets. These delightful treats were like cream puffs except with ice cream. I’m still dreaming about them a week after. Service was amazing and quite attentive.
I was here in 2010 and again in 2016. This restaurant is located in the Intercontinental Presidente Hotel. It overlooks the water and the view is beautiful. This time that we were there, my husband and I took my brother and sister-in-law who had gotten married hours earlier elsewhere. This was essentially their wedding dinner. We told this and they made the evening very unique, such as bringing the dining table a particular dessert. All the food was great. But some might say that the costs were a bit high. The staff was attentive and friendly. We had a wonderful time and will return on our next trip to Cozumel.
A wonderful restaurant, probably the best one in the Intercontinental hotel. Unfortunately also the priciest. The food was great and the service outstanding. Suggested if you are willing to spend quite a little more than the normal restaurant in Mexico.