A must stop when in Tulum. Great food!! We feel like family each visit. Thank you Charlie and Analise!!
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Doesn’t look like much from the outside but has some of the best ceviche in Tulum. Tacos are good, definitely not the best out there
Ate there today. Lunch. Cappuccino with extra espresso tasted like cappuccino w 1/3 shot espresso. literally the worst ive ever had, i know its not a coffee shop but come on. Salsa awful(ive eaten other salsas in tulum). Got grilled fish w garlic and chiles....More
Had the most amazing shrimp taco’s! Ate there at 16pm and I was the only guest. Prices are very good and service was very friendly. I had the pirate taco’s with spinach and a cerveza and I paid about MX$225 including tip, which is very...More
Stopped for drinks and food on our way back to our hotel and were not disappointed! Good service, great food at a great price! Highly recommend the chicken quesadilla!
We dined here twice while in Tulum - delicious affordable food with friendly service. What more would you want? The ceviche is huge and the fajitas were delish! Even though it is vaguely ‘no-frills’, it’s definitely worth a stop in - particularly if you’re staying...More
There is nothing wrong with this place, the food is ok and the drinks are reasonable. The prices are good. We had a medium ceviche and some guacamole along with our beer. T he restaurant was right around the corner where we stayed and we...More
Located besides hotel Wish Tulum. Used it for breakfirst one day. Tasteful and large portions. Good americano coffee. Low prices - 3 persons had breakfirst including coffee and orange juice for 450 pesos in total.
Went for drinks and appetizers. Had the guacamole and margaritas. Not super impressed but got the job done. If we were more hungry, definitely would have gotten the ceviche.
The restaurant was nice and the service was great, but the food was mediocre. A few of us got the fish tacos but it wasn’t that great. Not much flavor and the fried fish seemed to be all soft and mushy. Someone in our group...More