This is a very nice place for those adventuring out of centro and wishing to see more of a city that looks like more 90 percent of Latin American modernized towns. No historic cultural interest here but lots of adventure in terms of the food, which seems like a Yucatecan modern fusion inspired in the exercises Spanish El Buli. Yes, lots of surreal experimentation in their dishes, big use of hidrogen, syringes, lab destilation equipment, etc. In the end, despite the artifice, the flavors are superb and worth trying. It is a great idea for those tired of traditional Yucatecan food as the guys here try new combinations, and presentations otherwise impossible to get in Merida's restaurant scene.
The prices are expensive but for all the work put in the making of dishes, I would say it is fair. Ambiance is not great and a bit bizarre: bare walls attempting a lost minimalism combined with some red rooms in the style of many Barcelona places but with the Mexican concrete fountain dripping water in a patio. Makes you wonder if you are in a kind of dystopic inter-space hacienda of some kind. Service is good and be prepared that the entire staff wants to address you in English. So, if you are taking the language lessons and learning to order in Spanish, warn the waiters on you purpose.
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