Estado de Quintana Roo Restaurants

  • Mayan Salad w. Shrimp
    Mayan Salad w. Shrimp
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    Tequila Shrimp w. Parmesan Rice
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Estado de Quintana Roo Restaurants

  • La Parilla

    Cancún Restaurants

    Our taxi drops us just about 2 feet from the entrance to La Parilla in Cancun. Talk about curbside service. Enter into an open air borderline outdoor restaurant, as the walls are not exactly walls but shaped and curled cut outs of wrought iron. It was late for lunch, about 3 pm, but the restaurant was still pretty full. Our friendly waiter took our...

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  • Alux

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    As other post have mentioned it is truly a full, non-claustrophobic cave. From the street it doesn't look like much but as you enter there was a statue-like man dressed in full traditional costume. He startled my 13 year old but she just laughed it off. As you walk down the stairs you notice that it is muggy but not uncomfortable at all. We just...

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  • Don Cafeto's Restaurant

    Tulum Restaurants

    The main street of Tulum is simply teeming with different Restaurants. Sadly many of them are overpriced and generic and seem to pander to tourist expectations of high prices. My expectations of Mexican restaurants is that the food is authentic and the price is low. Don Cafeto's is the only restaurant in Tulum that fits the bill. I judge a good...

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  • La Casa de las Margaritas

    Cancún Restaurants

    We were strolling around La Isla Shopping Center when we came across La Casa de las Margaritas. I read reviews about it from other VT travelers - thanks guys! - and recommend the place either for lunch or dinner. While we unfortunately missed the evening performances (they start at 7:30pm, we arrived at 10:00pm and the place was cleared out), the...

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  • Senor Frog's

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    Senor Frog's is a popular theme restaurant with several location in Cancun and PDC. In the past I always had a good time. Things seem to have declined here, especially with the food. The atmosphere is still fun but seemed to be very family oriented which is fine. Swings for seats at the bar and inner tubes with butts hanging out hanging from the...

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  • Cabanas Santa Fe

    Tulum Restaurants

    Cabanas Santa fe is cheaper for food and drinks but is less clean. Cabanas Don Armando is lighty more upper class. Tip: have a drink first and eat with Armando. Go quite early because from 9 pm onwards it changes into a disco

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  • Captain Hook

    Cancún Restaurants

    Another place for dining are those two Spanish Galleons on the Playa Caracol. We did not eat there because in my eyes it is a real tourist attraction. We preferred more El Tacolote in the centre with their typical Mexican style. I only want to mention this for people who like those kinds of dinners and show’s. They are specialized in lobster...

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  • El Fogon

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    My favorite "non-touristy" restaurant in playa..away from 5ta ave. but still accessible. Always friendly, vibrant, and very polite staff at your service. Around August this restaurant can be quite hot, but if you can get past that the food is great. Any other time of the year this restaurant is comfortable in temperature and always clean. I'll go...

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  • El Mariachi Restaurant

    Tulum Restaurants

    There are MANY restaurants on Tulum Ave. Many of them are less than busy, all that is except for El Mariachi. This place always has at least a few tables full of people enjoying their food. They have a rock filled floor so it is pretty casual, but the food makes you feel like you are eating at a much fancier place. They have televisions playing...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Cancún Restaurants

    Cancun has a very nice Hard Rock. It is located in the Hotel Zone in the mall with Coco Bango, I cannot remember the name. Maybe The Forum? You can't miss it. I will get the address and have it below. Good food, good service and a great view of the ocean depending on where you are sitting. There is live music at night with a pretty good sized...

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  • La Parilla

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    I was very impressed with the food and ambience. It was close to our hotel so I ate there on three different occasions. I've spent 10+ years in the restaurant industry and must say that I have NEVER been treated as bad as I was on that third visit. It was the absoulute worst service experience ever...hands down. I wont describe the whole affair, I...

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  • Zamas Restaurant

    Tulum Restaurants

    Que Fresco! at the Zamas Hotel is a very popular place in Zona Hotelera. It is perfectly situated on the beach as it curves out on a small point. You can sit at any of the tables and look out upon the beach and the ocean horizon. There are several tables under a covered canopy, while there are other directly on the sand, giving that laid back...

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  • Mango Tango

    Cancún Restaurants

    It happened to be our 28th wedding anniversary while we were in Cancun, so we decided that we would give the Mango Tango a try. Located about midway along the Hotel Strip, it is on the Nichupte Lagoon-side with many of the tables located outside and close to the water. A very pleasant location to watch the sun slowly setting - and we were there...

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  • Dr. Taco's

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    Last visit December 2005, we didn't see it in December 2011 so I think he's closed up shop We didn't see our first choice for shrimp tacos, La Floresta, as we were driving down the highway (not sure it's still there) and our second choice, El Oasis, which was recommended on the playadelcarmeninfo.com website was closed for renovation so we asked...

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  • Ana and Jose's Restaurant

    Tulum Restaurants

    We drove south from a hotel closer to the Tulum ruins to have dinner at Ana y Jose's. The grounds are just beautiful and much fancier than the bungalows where we stayed. The meal was excellent, but the prices were comparable to what we would have found at home in New York. The waitstaff was incredibly friendly and helpful and the best part of the...

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  • Palace Resorts

    Cancún Restaurants

    My restaurant tip is based on the restaurants in the Moon Palace resort. The Spanish Restaurant in the Nizuc part of the hotel was the best. The photo is of the Paella that I lapped up! The staff in this restaurant were great, the atmosphere perfect and the food outstanding. Bugambillas (Mexican) Food and service fantastic, located right next to...

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  • Las Mañanitas

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    I was about to faint, or have a heat stroke or something of that nature. I was getting extra pissy too, because when I don't eat, watch out! "Let's go there!" I demanded, almost randomly pointing out this little place, and so, it was where we ended up. Not bad at all. Charming atmosphere—brightly painted walls, cheery table cloths & a palapa-style...

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  • Cabanas Copal

    Tulum Restaurants

    Beautiful setting, in the jungle in the Cabanas Copal complex. Waiters in white shirts bring concerned service to you while new age Putamayo music wafts overhead. The drinks arrive, you look across at your lover, toasting your good fortune to have each other in such a lovely part of the planet. A mosquito buzzes around your ear and you wish you...

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  • The Blue Lobster

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    We ate on the top balcony of the Blue Lobster. Good service and food selection. A man came around to the tables and made balloon animals for the kids. After dinner, everyone was given a free after dinner shot of liqueur. My favorite dish was the coconut shrimp. There was plenty!

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  • Piedra Escondida Restaurant

    Tulum Restaurants

    The restaurant of the Hotel Piedra Escondida is good Caribbean-classy choice in on the beach. The restaurant has both indoor and outside seating that offers a pleasant atmosphere for a quiet candlelit dinner with friends or a significant someone. The menu is a mix of traditional and nuevo Mexican and Italian foods. I had the Yucatecan Fish, which...

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  • Pancho's Restaurant

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    Panchos has a beautiful bar and restaurant...complete with an indoor pool. The tables are candlelit and the waiters will flambe your desert right at your table. The menu has lobster, shrimp, or steaks cooked just the way you like them. After a great seafood dinner, we ordered the banana flambe. They fixed it at our table. It was so big that we...

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  • El Tacoqueto

    Tulum Restaurants

    Excellent, authentic Mexican cuisine. We were the only touristas there, it appears to be a local joint. The place is painted a rather vibrant orange which sounds bad but it just makes it incredibly cheerful once you adjust to it. There was plenty of food, the staff was great and IT WAS REASONABLY PRICED! Try the chicken mole, it's awesome. We got a...

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  • El Mirador Restaurant

    Tulum Restaurants

    El mirador is a small restaurant about 500 metres from the ruins of Tulum which also rents simple cabanas. The restaurant is located above the beach and, although simple (and admittedly apparently not very clean) it serves delicious food. Service is relaxed - try to place your order when the restaurant is still empty, or you'll be waiting for ages....

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  • Cabana Paraiso

    Tulum Restaurants

    This is a great place to have a bite or even simly have a drink: Cabana el Paraiso. It's a casual restaurant and bar right on Paraiso beach. Food is simple but good - there's obviously not a wide choice on the menu. There's a great choice of drinks and cocktails - but if it's a crowded day they may run out of ice late in the afternoo, hence no more...

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  • Doña Tina Cantina Economica

    Tulum Restaurants

    The grandmother Doña Tina still cooks in the kitchen. Everything is good but for a real Yucateco experience, try the sopa de limon. Amazing value for the money. Ambience - palepa, just locals, truck drivers and friends of the family. If your Spanish is up to it, they can tell you all about how the dishes are cooked, and what Tulum was like 40...

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  • ...FOOD WE DON'T KNOW

    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...

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  • Local food

    *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...

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  • Delicious Mayan recipes

    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...

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  • Grandma feels like making more

    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...

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  • Grandma is making us a dorito

    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. I bed this must be tortillas cause grandma didnt made us a...

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  • Excelente.. comida Yucateca.

    Este restaurante, es muy pequeño, y su horario es de 17:00 a 23:00 hrs.. Es agradable y limpio..no 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......

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