Estado de Yucatán Restaurants

  • Hacienda Chichen near the village of Pisté
    Hacienda Chichen near the village of...
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  • Inside the wedding chapel of Hacienda Chichen
    Inside the wedding chapel of Hacienda...
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  • Sylvain at La Palapa in Celestun
    Sylvain at La Palapa in Celestun
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Estado de Yucatán Restaurants

  • Great place to enjoy the beach and a...

    There are plenty of restaurants located on Progreso's Malecon, and since we were starving after our adventures at Dzibilchaltun and El Corchito, we were quite happy to rely on our guide for a restaurant's recommendation. He took us to Eladio's, a nice beach front restaurant located at the western end of the Malecon. You can sit inside and enjoy the...

  • Good option near Uxmal

    To say that Uxmal is in the middle of nowhere would be a bit of a stretch, but there is very litte around so your options for lunch in the area are rather limited. Our guide Raúl took us to Cana-Nah, a restaurant that caters to tour buses and the occasional lone visitor. Even if the dining room is rather large, there was still a cosy atmosphere...

  • Enjoy a meal and some relaxing time on...

    Celestun is not exactly a big village so there is only a limited number of options when it comes to picking a restaurant, but who cares when you get to enjoy fresh seafood no matter where you go?! Our guide took us to La Palapa, a nice restaurant located right on the beach. The dining room is huge, which made me feel like we had stepped into a...

  • Have lunch in a historic hacienda

    Dating back to 1523, Hacienda Chichen was one of the very first haciendas built in the Yucatan Peninsula. We went there for lunch after our visit to Chichen Itza, and it seemed rather perfect to be having lunch in the very same place where archeologist Edward Herbert Thompson lived while he explored the famous Mayan site. Chichen Itza began...

  • Extraordinary Food, in Merida

    The Hacienda Xcanatún is a high-end, beautiful place to stay, with an extraordinary restaurant. My wife and I opted to stay in an inexpensive B&B in Merida (see my "accomodations" tips), but ate at the restaurant one afternoon––just after I had written, in my journal, that one could not really find exceptional,, world-class Mexican/Mayan food, in...

  • Fish tacos & Dos Equis

    Mamacita's is a colorful, friendly place to get a bite to eat with una cerveza in Costa Maya. It is located in the cruise port shopping area between the pool and the coast. The view from the 2nd floor is very nice too. Fish tacos with hot salsa.

  • Save the ...

    Everywhere in the country, but especially in the South Mexican estados of Yucatan, Chiapas, Campeche and Quintana Roo, you can find a huge variety of pollo-related dishes. You just HAVE to try some of them ... so did I, but I think I never have to eat pollo anymore, as I performed my life-pensum on pollo in only six months. Jejeje, well I am...

  • Something for eveyone

    The restaurant at the hotel copacabana was very large, but despite this had a very friendly atmosphere, the waiting staff were excellent and the food choice was copious.whatever your taste you will find something that you like as there is so much choice.It has an excellent "traffic light system" for reserving your table so that nobody sits there...

  • Several types of food

    In this resort you can find several restaurants whether buffet or a la carte. The food is good, not outstanding, but it is varied with lots of different plates to choose from. In the buffet restaurants you will eat international food and the a la carte restaurants are thematic: italian, mexican, specialized in meat, specialized in seafood.Breakfast...

  • Local food

    Next to burritos, enchiladas, quesadillas and tacos, you can try a traditional Maya dish. Spicy meat, vegetables and potatoes are put in a big metal container and prepared in a pit in the ground.

  • 'Los Almendros' in Mérida

    It´s not really cheap (if you´re a low budget traveller), but reasonable. Their specialty is PocChuc (=very thin slices of pork with onions tomatos and orange juice) which was invented here. They are famous for their typical yucatecan food.

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