We stopped by at this place accidentally because wanted to get a coconut juice in a coconut shell. But decided to stay there for lunch. For a place next to a road it's a very good one and I gave it 4 stars. The waiter...More
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We loved this restaurant-- the food was great, homemade, and sauces quite different than what we have found in the states. Casual, local, astonishingly cheap. No one spoke english when we were there, but the menu was in english. We will absolutely go back next...More
Phantastic food, fresh and tasty. We ate there several times and it was always delicious. And a lot! A real 3 course meal when we ordered a dish. Guacamole with taco chips and soup on top. Super friendly hosts, adorable kids playing, relaxed dogs and...More
We stopped there on our way to Cobá, it is a small picturesque restaurant, very well decorated. It is a great opportunity to experience traditional Mexican food.
Absolutely fantastic, authentic, fresh meal in a quaint setting with lovely hosts. Don't miss this on your trip to the Mayan Riviera. Kids and adults both loved the food and the atmosphere. Not easy to find but is on road called "Nuevo Xcan-Tulum".
We ate at this place two evenings in a row, and they couldn't have been more accommodating. The first night we shared empanadas and quesadillas, and they were excellent! The second night was not as successful, as I asked for grilled chicken, and what I...More
Stopped here for lunch on the way to Coba ruins. This place is a gem!!! Small, local establishment with the most awesome food. Everything we ordered was terrific! Chips were made fresh and served with a delicious pico de gallo and guacamole. The tacos, burritos,...More
Real Mexico. Stayed at La Selva Mariposa and ate here almost every night. NEVER got sick, not even close. Food excellent and fresh. Interior unique with hand made furniture and candle lit tables. Kids playing, dog roaming around,cat wandering about...perfect. Family watching telenovelas in corner....More
Located in Macario Gomez halfway between Tulum and Coba this little family owned and operated restaurant is on the south side of the street across from the yellow cervaza store and entrance to La Selva Mariposa. The food is cooked in there outdoor kitchen on...More
From the minute you park along the Coba Rd. and walk toward the Restaurant you know you are in for a treat. There are so many fun things going on as you enter the Rancho La Cachimba: cold coconuts to buy, corn cooking in a...More