Just was reading the last review on the restaurant. I had the complete opposite experience. First it was one of the best meals I have had in Mexico of which there have been many over many years. I just returned from over 25 days in Spain eating at some of the best restaurants including Mugaritz in San Sebastian. I would put my experience at Nectar as the same there. The atmosphere is sleek and contemporary, so different from the restaurants in the center. I found the staff very enthusiastic and friendly. A new server lived in LA so was able to describe the food in great detail. The chef Roberto Solis did time in Noma restaurant in Denmark (just ranked by San Peligrino as the best in the world) and even at Per Se, Thomas Keller’s NYC outpost, and the Fat Duck, Britain’s home of molecular gastronomy. He takes time off from the restaurant in Merida to work in the kitchen's of the world's best restaurants. Just make sure the restaurant is open when you are there as he might be out improving his craft. The duck sopes were wonderful and full of flavor. I had a wonderful fish for my main course topped with oregano and pureed yuca and banana. He takes traditional dishes from Vucatan and then then gives them his gourmet take. The coconut desert was also excellent. I highly it recommend this restaurant and hope you will take a cab from the center and experience it for yourself.
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