Places to eat in Estado de Quintana Roo

  • Having a happy hour time at El Asador
    Having a happy hour time at El Asador
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  • Mayan Salad w. Shrimp
    Mayan Salad w. Shrimp
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  • Tequila Shrimp w. Parmesan Rice
    Tequila Shrimp w. Parmesan Rice
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    Nicte-Ha: Delicious Mayan recipes

    by Jefie Updated Dec 21, 2006

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    After climbing the pyramid at Coba and swimming in a cenote, our group was positively starving. We drove back to the village of Coba and stopped for lunch at Nicte-Ha, a restaurant that specializes in traditional Mayan dishes. As soon as we sat down, our waiter brought delicious fresh tortillas and home-made salsa. For the main course, three choices were offered: beef fajitas, roasted chicken or pork, all cooked with a special blend of local spices. I ordered the chicken and although the food was really good at our hotel, this was by far the best meal I had all week! It was cooked to perfection and served with a hefty portion of Mexican rice and fried beans. We ordered some cold beer to wash it all down and thanked our guide many times for finding this great spot for us!

    Favorite Dish: I loved the chicken but pork is supposed to be the real house specialty.

    Nicte-Ha, in Coba, Mexico Some very happy customers!
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    Jammie Jammie: Grandma feels like making more

    by Umfufu Written Sep 4, 2003

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    First you had a little bit of a ball with you-never-know-what. You had to make this into a little flat pancake in a little piece of plastic.
    When you a had luck and you did that alright, grandma would take the pancake a placed it on the hot plate you can see on the right of her (left on the picture).
    You had to wait only 1 minute and then you had made your own Mexican pancake !

    Mayan grandma in her kitchen
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  • Restaurant La Anita: Excelente.. comida Yucateca.

    by jasoberanis Written May 28, 2003

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    Este restaurante, es muy pequeño, y su horario es de 17:00 a 23:00 hrs.. Es agradable y cuenta con musica, pero puedes platicar con la gente del lugar...siempre esta lleno, así que el horario recomendable es de 6 a 8 de la noche.. es muy bueno para ir a comer y conocer los famosos panuchos, salbutes y tacos yucatecos..ahh...mucho maiz...


    Favorite Dish: Si de comida yucateca pinto solo....recomendable los salbutes...dos para ser precisos...y con mucha salsa verde...o para aquellos que practican deporte extremo...con salsita de chile habanero... ahhh...picante

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    In a Mayans kitchen: Grandma is making us a dorito

    by Umfufu Written Sep 4, 2003

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    We had this visite and we were taken into the garden. In a little wooden shet was grandma making little pancakes (tortillas).
    First she made a few and then Leny and I had a go.....dont start laughing cause its harder then you would think.
    We had the hounnor to eat the ones we made ourselves.

    Favorite Dish: I bed this must be tortillas cause grandma didnt made us a big meal.

    Mayan Grandma making diner
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    Local food

    by Jawnuta Updated Feb 13, 2008

    Wherever we go we always stick to the local kitchen of the region we visit. And I mean LOCAL not the simplified tourist version.
    a) Taco Bell - NOT FOR US.
    b) Street vendor selling tacos straight from his slightly bit up cooler - YUMMY!!!!!
    a) Mayan waitress dressed up in pristine clean, ironed and starched Mayan outfit with manicured nails - NOT FOR US.
    b) Mayan cook/waitress/cleaner in her not so new dress with Mayan earth on her hands, pollo blood on her apron and Mayan, golden smile - THAT IS THE FOOD WE ARE LOOKING FOR!!!!
    GET IT????

    Favorite Dish: We always struck the conversation with the server, even if there is a language barrier, there is always a sign language of happy belly.
    The difference between touristy places and the honest local eateries is that in touristy places server will sell you whatever needs to "move", but in local "honest" place they will recommend you the dish they are the most proud of, because it is their home after all and they want you not only to bring the $$$ but they want you feel special and impress you with their culinary skills.

    We always leave honest "american" tip so the servers not only remember us for the future, but they also remember what did we ate few days ago and next time recommend something new to try.
    After all if you pay $10 for your dinner leaving $1.50 or even $2.00 will not ruin your vacation but if it may make a difference for a hard working staff - it just makes your meal taste so much better ;-)

    Breakfast Santo in Coba Bite that lime!!! Jawnuta @ La Petita in Puerto Morelos Jawnuta @ Tio's in Puerto Morelos

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    by Jawnuta Updated Feb 23, 2008

    We all nomewat know Mexican food. One way or another we stumbled upon Taco Bell hoping for something ethnic, good......well we were probably desapointed but at least we learned few words like taco, quesadilla, empanada......
    I remember my Taco Bell experience and after just one visit I was thinking how anybody can eat that?????
    Well, Mexican food is not what's sold in Taco Bell.
    MExican food is made od sun, love (the two kinds of love....the one from the heart

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    La Cueva del Chango: The Monkey's cave

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Aug 28, 2015

    A great restaurant in an open air format. Make sure to get reservations during the high season. The restaurant specializes in fresh local seafood.

    La Cueva del Chango La Cueva del Chango
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    Ah Cacoa: Chocolate

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Aug 28, 2015

    Ah Cacao specializing in chocolate, from hot and cold drinks to candy and cakes. They also sell packaged chocolate products to take home.

    ah Cacoa
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    Yaxche: Mayan food

    by Jim_Eliason Written Jan 12, 2015

    Yaxche, although a bit pricy by Playa standards is a great restaurant specializing in traditional Mayan foods.

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