The restaurant sits high above the beach, allowing for the long view of white sand running all the way to the Tulum Ruins. The menu is authentic Thai food from the renowned chef Dim Geefay. (www.thaifoodtonight.com) Our appetizer was the Golden Triangle. A won ton triangle stuffed with goat cheese, roasted pecan & Thai basil, served with mango & passion fruit salsa. I had a Summer Salad, which turned out to be more substantial than expected. My husband had Yum Nua a Thai beef salad that he enjoyed.
The atmosphere is upscale and sophisticated with perfect service. There are brightly colored umbrellas hanging upside down from the ceiling and I couldn’t take my eyes off them. The tile floors, black lacquer chairs and tables with white linen oozed clean and modern Mexican/Thai practicality.
We changed into our beach clothes and left them at the hotel front desk. Our hostess could not have been more kind. Customer service, here, is top notch.
You can read an extended review at my blog : http://adventuringwomen.com/mezzanine-tulum/
along with a picture of the umbrella's on the ceiling.
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