Restaurants



When it comes to restaurants, even the most demanding gourmet will be satisfied what Tulum has to offer with the wide gastronomic variety. From Mexican specialties to different international choices. Tulum dining establishments are renowned for using the freshest ingredients and are hygienically prepared at the moment you order.

Downtown Pueblo Tulum Dining

Don Cafeto and Don Cafeto Express are popular for their Mexican food, ceviche (seafood cocktail), and "Chayagra", a refreshing Maya-inspired drink.

El Pequeno Buenos Aires offers the best angus beef, grilled lobster, shrimp, fish and vegetarian dishes. Their climate-controlled wine cellar keeps wines at the perfect temperature.

There are several fast-food places, like Pizza Pazza


in two locations, Tulum Ruins and downtown. They serve delicious pizza by the slice, counter service or to go and even offer home or hotel delivery service.

Lat'zil is a classic coffee shop with crepes, baguettes and milkshakes. They have the best coffee in town.

Don't miss fine French crepes at Creperie and Restaurant Paris de Noche, who also serve Yucatecan regional dishes.

After a tour of the ruins and shopping for gifts, wind down at Viva Margarita for a classical Mexican cocktail or a margarita. Select from flavors, like strawberry, mandarin, tamarindo, lemon, or watermelon.

Acabar is the place to be for night owls. They serve Mexican and international food and cocktails. They are open late and offer music and dancing with international DJs, pool and foosball tables.

Beachside Dining

Generally speaking, the oceanside dining experience in Tulum can be enjoyed as early as during breakfast hours and may continuel until late at night. The famous happy hours, offered in many seaside bars are not to be missed.

For an informal ambiance, stop by Don Cafeto (beachside location) for breakfast with fresh fruit juices and good coffe, Mexican dishes and seafood.

For excellent quality and service in international food, visit anayjosebeachclub.com

Ana Y Jose Beach Club.


The restaurant supplies beachside resting beds and a children's play area; it is ideal for groups or weddings. Don't miss the "Soto" tacos.

Later in the day, you can enjoy Thai delicacies at the Mezzanine, and be seduced by the cocktails at their Sunset Lounge, which features a bar and international DJ music.

Playa Kin Ha is known for their delicious breakfast with homemade bread as well as their menu with Mexican and Italian cuisine.

La Zebra Cantina offers traditional Mexican cuisine - breakfast - lunch - dinner - in a chic atmosphere with charcoal grilled dishes. Their house specialty is ceviche verde, a Mexican seafood cocktial in green sauce. Also try their La Zebra Margarita

Casa Banana restaurant offers a Caribbean-Mexican menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.




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