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To the tune of the trova, including guitars and bohemian, become trapped flavors, aromas, colors and breezes to create this unique space. On the map menus Yucatan, this place deserves to be tested. It is definitely one of the magical places that has this beautiful city, located in the heart of Merida. In a VXIII century mansion whose historical value is in it says he was born in 1787 Don Andres Quintana Roo important figure in Mexico insurgent lawyer, ambassador, deputy, journalist, poet and husband of a great revolutionary, Leona Vicario. Quintana Roo was born in Merida in 1787.
I just dined at Amaro and was wowed! I had a pizza jardiniera, and my partner had fettuccine with a pesto sauce. Both were delicious! We both enjoyed a glass of Mexican wine with our meal! All in all, everything was darn good! The staff,...More
We had avoided Amaro because of some of the mixed reviews here, but when I received a gift certificate as a Xmas gift, we decided to give it a shot. It is a lovely courtyard restaurant, and even though rather short of staff for the...More
Gets a good rating in lonely planet. Not sure of food because i went in for a late lunch and left after a drink. 20+ min and still did not take my order. Started by trying to push the drink menu on me, i do...More
We found this place by accident after visiting the Mayan Market (opposite).
After traveling through Guatemala and Mexico, I’ve become used to some pretty awful vegetarian options and have grinned and bared it. Looking at the menu, I dragged the family in and was able...More
It's supposed to be a "TA certificate of excellence" place, but the speciality pizza is pretty bad. Tasteless cheese, beef was dry and had a bad taste. It's not inexpensive and definitely not worth it. 15 % Tip is added without your consent, which is...More
Local restaurant, invites you to live Yucatan's ambience thanks to their tables in an outdoor terrace. Polite treatment and reasonable prices. The avocado pizza is wonderful, you have to give them a chance
The hamburger was a greasy affair with a patty even MacDonald's would reject. The potato wedges were under cooked and covered in a reddish oil. That was my dish. My wife had a fish dish which was passable but didn't come with anything else other...More