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If you want some authentic tacos Antonjitos is the spot! We got a everything! The coke bottles are super sized and chilled to perfection.
21 tacos later we were still itching for more.
A little mom and pop dine in or takeaway restaurant. You walk...in they have a mat to wipe and sanitation of your shoes. Sanitizer for your hands and temp check. Once seated the menu is located on the wall! Easy to access/see! Everything is reasonably priced(please don’t go there and haggle...we watched it happen). Our taxi driver Cornelio enjoyed some tacos and cold colas with us!More
Ate here when we first arrived in Tulum, we were blown away by how flavorful each dish was. Highly recommend the al pastor and quesadillas. Service is amazing, I highly recommend you eat here for a true taste of Tulum.
Definitely worth stopping by! The tacos are extremely cheap and tasty. They have chicken, beef, and pork. I would recommend eating there. We took it to go and regretted it after because we wanted more sauces.
Its a very authentic local fast food place. Tacos start from 10 pesos! Unbelievable! Definitely try al pastor! They are by far the best! I usually don’t eat pork but I don’t regret that I have tried them :-) Sol beer cost 30 pesos! It’s...a must visit when you are in Tulum!More
Response from Kikicarrell | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure if they have fish tacos, I know they have carnitas (pork), Asada (beef) and Chicken. They have quesadillas and chips and salsa, guacamole, beers, sodas, and they do sandwiches. You can't go wrong with the tacos... More
I'm not sure if they have fish tacos, I know they have carnitas (pork), Asada (beef) and Chicken. They have quesadillas and chips and salsa, guacamole, beers, sodas, and they do sandwiches. You can't go wrong with the tacos that come from the meat that on a giant rotisserie out front, they have a little area that you can top your tacos with slaw, jalapenos, and onions. I'm not sure if they have a veggie option either, this is authentic Mexican food.... I would go to the more trendy area of Tulum if you wanted a fish taco and veggie option.