One of my favorite places to eat in Mahahual has reopened under new owners and management. I have been stopping by Solofish since it opened a couple of years ago. I like their fish sandwich and I eat there two or three times a week. It is on my way home from the malecon, and a lot of times I stop there to get something to go to take home to eat.
I would say Solofish has a combination of Mexican-American food. They serve a wide range of cuisine from hamburgers and hot dogs to Mexican favorites like empanadas and gringas. The majority of the food they told me they serve is American food, and they have a lot if local expats that eat there. They have a big following with the expats here besides me. I think my friend Canadian Stewart also eats there a lot.
Solofish is open seven days a week. Mondays through Saturdays they are open from 9am to 11:30pm, and on Sundays they open from 4pm to 11pm. They also have delivery and take out. They deliver to the malecon, New Mahahual, and Barrio 55, and there is no charge for delivery. I have started getting delivery here lately to my hotel K’ay Kook in Barrio 55, I like the hot cakes there also, and get them delivered sometimes. The phone number for take and delivery is 983-834-5917.
Solofish serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They also have coffee, juices, and soft drinks, as well as licuados. They serve eggs your way, hot cakes, chilquiles, and other breakfast favorites. For lunch you can get hamburgers, chicken wings, tortas, sandwiches, gringas, burritos, tacos, hot dogs and french fries, and alhambres. The dinner menu is basically the same as lunch, but you can order anything off the menu all day.
Jesus told me their three biggest sellers at the moment are the hamburgers, mega gringas, and the chicken wings. The chicken wings are new to the menu, and I had some last night, and they were quite good. I think Solofish is the only place to get chicken wings in the casitas.
Solofish in Mahahual is now owned and operated by Brian Constantino and his wife Mercedes Diaz. They are originally from Chiapas, Mexico. They have been in Mahahual for three months, and they love it here. Brian went to chef school in Ciapas, and is a certified chef. They are new, but still serve the same great food that Solofish always has had.
So if you are in Mahahual and want some good quick food American or Mexican style, go check them out at Solofish, they at right next to Martin’s Super on the corner in New Mahahual. And remember, they also deliver.
Thanks for reading,
Stewart Rogers USA-South Carolina