Mexico City, Mexico

Only fish and shellfish caught fresh each day make the cut at Contramar, a Mexico City seafood institution. Covering an array of culinary styles from Peruvian tiradito to New England-style chowder, chef Gabriela Cámara – culinary advisor to the Mexican president no less – prepares dishes such as Galicia-style octopus with paprika and olive oil, sautéed shrimp tacos and whole grilled fish dressed in bright and spicy salsas. Weekend lunchtimes pack out at this trendy spot, with locals flocking for the reliably fresh fare on offer.

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Calle de Durango 200, Roma Norte, Mexico City, 6700