Fantastic! Great bread (much nicer than Italian bread I have had in Italy!) and brilliant choice of international fillings, cheeses, meats, veggies and sauces. I chose my fillings myself and opted for gouda, swiss cheese, genova salami, lettuce and olive oil on a rosemary ciabatta. My boyfriend went for a veggie filled option. Both toasted and served on wooden plates, we got fruit juices which were more like fruit waters than the fruit mixes other places but were pleasantly refreshing. My boyfriend's dripped with the juices of the vegetables and the olive oil, mine was too much for me to finish so they wrapped it for me in foil and I had the second half with my dinner! It is a little deli style place, with tables and italian goodies to buy. The owner was friendly and upbeat despite being quite pregnant in the Tulum heat. It was around 80/100 pesos for a sandwich, so reasonable for the quality but not for the tight budgeted. We thought it was well worth it even though we were over budget already!!
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