I have visited Merida many times and driven by Las Jirafas many times but did not go there until a few days ago upon agreeing to meet with some friends there. The setting is typically Mexican, what someone would expect travelling to a Mexican resort town, but endearing. The price of the food was very economical and you received alot of food. My husband was hungry and ordered a large burrito and had to take half of it home. I was not very hungry so only ordered the pazole soup and two tacos pastor but barely had room to eat the two large tacos after the large soup. To make the experience that much better, my friend used his coupon from the City Passport coupon book to receive 30% off of our whole table's check! It is not a high class restaurant, but certainly worth going to if you are looking for reasonably priced traditional Yucatecan food. We will return (and we will use our coupon too!). There are three different locations in Merida - one on Paseo de Montejo, one in Fracionamiento de Montejo, and one in Ycalpeten.
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