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The list of restaurants that were on my short list on Cozumel that are no mas is long: La Morena, Capi Navigante, Santiago's, Sonora Grill, Acuario, Las Gaviotas, Prima (the old location), Parilla Mission, Playa Bonita, the restaurant in Villablanca hotel (the name escapes me)... and that's all before the pandemic. I hope to get back to the island in April or May but I don't know what I will find.
Parilla Mission is sort of still around. It's inside Casa Mission now, open for breakfast and lunch. Seems to be popular with nuns. Pretty good but an echo of its former self.
Taqueria Díaz, that used to be a couple of doors up from Taqueria El Pique, has moved into where Parilla Mission used to be. They've greatly expanded their menu and have arrachera. I think it might still only be open at night. If you liked Parilla Mission you should try the new Taqueria Díaz.
Maybe you are thinking of a place that has since closed. I ate there a few times. I think it was on 5 or 15th Ave. You came in the front door, walked through the house, the kitchen, and then sat out in the back yard. She had a couple of specials a day. I forget the name. Those pop up restaurants don't usually stay around all that long.