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  • Onotse I.

    Cozumel is hands down the best Mexican food I have had in Wisconsin so far. I feel that being from LA I am allowed to make that assessment and not fear that I may be wrong. The only down side is that its in Whitewater so unless you are in the area it would be very inconvenient. I've had their carnitas burritos which was really good!! They put corn in it which is something that if I knew would be in it, I would have asked that it be omitted but Im glad that I somehow glazed over it because it was really good. It gave it a sweet taste which is something you wouldnt expect to love in a burrito. I also had the mini tacos which are like the street tacos Im used to. Those were really good too!! Cozumel is great! They have huge portions and the prices are decent. The staff is nice too! Im looking forward to actually sitting down there for a meal instead of just ordering take out!

  • Robin H.

    We just tried the basics, no specials, but it was very tasty food, quick service, easy parking. Very colorful decor, and an extensive menu.

  • Haley C.

    This is the restaurant I visit most often in Whitewater. It's great food, decorative atmosphere, and I love that I get to munch of chips while I wait for my food. My only complaint is that when they get very busy their servers can be pretty slow. I personally don't mind because when I go out I enjoy being out, but it can be frustrating if you need to be somewhere or are in a rush. This has only happened to me twice, but I still enjoyed my visit both times. If you are in the mood for good Mexican food, this would be the place to go in Whitewater, especially for students. It's great for large groups and it's cheap, too!

  • Erin D.

    Who would have thought I had to come to Whitewater for awesome Mexican food?!?! I was floored and pleasantly surprised! My future sister in law's bachelorette party dinner was here on Saturday night. It was a huge party and they were very accommodating. There was a slight mix up with the food but that was on our end, and they were very patient with us figuring things out. The salsa was just right with that perfect kick to it. I had the chicken quesaedillas, perfect size and perfect price. Ample parking and seating. Colorful decor and music to go with it. This is a must stop in Whitewater! Excellent food, fantastic and friendly service -- what more could you ask for?!

  • Rajen P.

    Great place for fajitas, they have a varied fajita menu from vegetarian to multiple meats. Other menu items are tasty as well. The Fajitas Rancheras are outstanding as are Tacos Campechanos. The Mojitos are great on the nights they have specials and the margaritas are decent. Biggest challenges they have are communication abilities of wait staff and inconsistencies in serving sizes.

  • Carolyn R.

    The restaurant is really clean and the food is great! A little on the spicy side for someone who doesn't like a lot of spice but it is still enjoyable. There cheese dip is amazing!

  • Ivan D.

    Honestly the worst service I've ever received. Beer was cold, chips and salsa where what you would expect this far north in the United States, and food was nothing special. I waited at the register for 12 minutes before anyone would attend me to check out. Not worth time or money. Go across the street and get the chain stuff.

  • Ashlee B.

    Ordered the beef chimichanga it lacked taste and the beef was very dry, my friend got taco salad and it hardly had any meat just lettuce no tamatos on it and no cheese literally just lettuce... service was ok.

  • Cory Z.

    The food is bland and tasteless. Wait times for food when the restaurant is busy, but not packed, are excessive. When the food does come out, half of it is cold. I'm not quite sure why this place is rated so highly. I get that there aren't many texmex options near Whitewater, but this place just isn't very good.

  • Sarah Z.

    Well I ate here twice in one week, so it must be good right? Yes sir! The decor is really interesting...hand painted tables, booths and chairs. We went for dinner and lunch and both were really good. The pollo hawaiiano was so good that I want the recipe to make it when I'm not in the neighborhood. The shrimp chimichanga was just as good. And the guac...don't get me started. Just the right amount of cilantro. So delicious! The booths do need a little work as you feel the others in the booth with every move they make. I would definitely level this out somehow!

  • Cheryl T.

    Tried the Wednesday lunch special, Pollo Loco, on my first visit last November. Excellent flavor, ample portion, definitely worth more than I paid. Contrary to an old review, the guacamole is good. Went with Special Lunch #1 today, because chili rellenos are one of my favorite Mexican specialties, and too labor intensive for me to make for myself at home. I verified that the pepper was seeded when I ordered, but when I took a bite, it wasn't. Seeds ruined it, and the sauce didn't improve anything by making it soggy when it should have been crispy. I'm also used to chili rellenos being stuffed with more than just cheese (e.g. chicken). I can make a better soft taco than the one I was served--- it was flavorless, with no sauce or sour cream.

  • Michael H.

    When Cozumel opened, I was happy to see an alterantive to the dumpy Mexican restaurants "downtown." Not a lot of options in Whitewater, but this is a good one. The carne asade was excellent for $10.00. Our server made us feel rushed after asking us on multiple occasions if we wanted our food wrapped up. Also, when our beers are empty, don't walk by without asking if we are ready for another round. I like the colorful atmosphere of the place, frosty mugs with every beer and the price.

  • Casandra M.

    My favorite here is the Fiesta Fajita. Normally I dont like shrimp, but this place makes it delicious. The portion sizes are almost comical- so many plates of food, I usually have enough left over for two lunches during the work week. Waiters have always been very attentive. Great setting for kids as the decorations are very colorful, as well as the tables and chairs/booths. The drink specials are pretty cheap as well and the food arrives almost freakishly fast.

  • Andy S.

    When it is good it is really good, but when it is bad it is really bad. They used to be really reliable, but on my last visit we had to send two plates back since they were not what we ordered. The servers seemed mad that we wanted what we paid for. Salsa is good, guacamole is not very good.

  • Guillermo P.

    I recently stopped in with two of my friends for a tasty dinner, after ordering our food my good friend, Kassi noticed a grayish spot the size of a half dollar on the outer edge of her quesadilla. After examining the quesadilla we all came to the realization that the tortilla was moldy! Now I'm not afraid of mold and neither were my friends but what struck me was after we flagged the waiter down to receive a replacement meal, he proceeded to give her a replacement quesadilla which was not completely cooked and then gave her the check once we finished our food! (we all payed separate) After finishing, my friend Kassi not touching her replacement meal, walked up to the counter and had to ask that she need not pay for her meal. The waiter apologized when initially confronted but the fact that she received an uncooked quesadilla and was expected to pay after two inadequate meals to me is a bit silly. I have been here about twice and this place has a lot in common with a restaurant called "Los Rancheros" in Dekalb Illinois where I live. The food IS good but not by any means authentic. My only wish is that they add more variety to their menu, I find some of the food similar.

  • G P.

    Priced right for their food for sure, its fair. Chicken Quesadillas are just way crispy and fresh, guacamole here is also super good and fresh. The sides are ample and always end up taking some home. Great experience all 5 times I have been there, minus them dumping drinks on us one time (gave us a free meal, what a responsible establishment!!!, no one does this anymore) Free refills! Chips and salsa are all you can go at! Whats not to love?

  • Andrew K.

    The best Mexican food joint in town. The menu is vast and they always keep the free chips and salsa coming. Be sure to stop in when they have their specials on margaritas too, otherwise they can get kind of pricey. Overall, this is a fine restaurant.

  • Ann S.

    always our favorite never go anywhere else usually? but after saturday night never again, i think we upset the young man that was serving us and that is probably why we ended up with such a bad meal? we could not understand what he was saying and we did try to be as polite as possible and my husband did try his pigeon spanish! that probably did not help, but we specifically asked for cazadoras tequila and he argued with us that we could not have it, we did explain that is what we always order, he bought pure rasberry syrup with ice we asked for 4 shots of tequila to make it taste better the owner did give us two free because we spent so much money trying to put it right? then the meal was burnt no peppers 1/4 of a tomatoe and cold chicken, i know they were busy but we will not be going anymore very disappointed, i had loved the place?

  • Matthew F.

    Ridiculously large portions of surprisingly good food. We started with top-shelf margaritas which were good but not great. Then we moved onto a "half order" of nachos and thought that my wife was convinced must have mistakenly been a full order. It wasn't, but it was most tasty. The problem became that between the nachos and the complementary chips and salsa, we were almost full by the time our entrees arrived. We both got fajitas--me the "fajitas texas" which was a combo of beef, chicken, chorizo, and shrimp, and my wife the straight steak fajitas. Thes both came with a second large plate of rice, refried beans, and fixings for the fajitas. Very yummy but WAY too much food. Am I complaining? Heck no. The waiter did mix up one of our orders, but fixed it graciously. All in all, an excellent dinner.

  • Barry M.

    Great food and good service. The menu is so big it took a long time to decide. Next time we're in town we'll be there. Not a lot of the folks speak great English, so it's got to be good Mexican food.

  • Michelle H.

    Stopped here on our way back from a day of hiking in WI, and so very glad we did! YUM! The food was great--I don't care about any authenticity factor, as I've never been to Mexico, the only thing that matters is if it tastes good and at this place, IT DOES. The cheese dip was not the very best I've ever had, but it satisfied my craving for it. The salsa was also very good, but not the absolute best, either. What made this place for us were the main dishes---I had Pollo Loco--excellent, and hubby had Beef Enchiladas--in his words, 'the best I've ever had, period' (he is a major enchilada lover and uses that dish to measure a Mexican restaurant). Not only was our food super tasty, the service was top notch as well! Quite impressive for a Sunday night in the last hour they were open (many places don't even want to bother with you at that point). We will be back here the next time we come up to WI!!


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 10


  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : No


Mexican Cuisine

If you enjoy Taco Tuesday, then you have officially fallen in love with the Mexican Food. The main grain of Mexican cuisine is maize. Also known as corn, maize is grown for the past 9000 years after the crop was discovered by the people in Mayan civilization. Mexican empire flourished when they started growing beans, tomatoes, chili pepper, sweet potato and cactus. Till this date these ingredients are used in cooking authentic Mexican dishes and drinks.

Great use of spices, fresh chili pepper dishes like fajitas, tortilla chips, corn chips, salsa, chimichangas, burritos, nachos and quesadillas are invented in America. But when you are looking for authentic Mexican food then you must find a restaurant in the city that serves Rajas con Queso, Garbanzo in a Guajillo Chile Sauce, Pork Filled Chiles Rellenos, Chiles en Nogada, Molcajete Salsa, Pico de Gallo and Frijoles de la Olla. An eye-opening fact – Mexican don't like their food hot. They use fresh chili and other spices to create a flavor that lingers in your mouth.

Mexican food is great for those who are Gluten Intolerant as they use Corn instead of wheat in most of their dishes. Also, you can easily find many beans based Mexican dishes. Another dish which didn't get similar glory as tacos or nachos is the Mexican hot chocolate. If you love something hot on a chilly day, then go for Mexican Hot Chocolate. On merry days, you can enjoy the authentic Mexican Drinks like Tequila, Mezcal, Tecuí, Sotol, Bacanora, Charanda, Posh O Pox, Puebla and Pulque. Mexican Cuisine is for people who enjoy strong drinks and hearty meals.

Cozumel Mexican Restaurant

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