As others have said, it's not just a meal it's a dinner show. The restaurant is family run. The owner runs the show and serves as a sort of Mayan emcee with stories, demonstrations, and audience participation. It's not the place for a private dinner with your companions. Food was decent and service was fast. The owners daughters played marimbas and were quite charming. The show itself was a little hokey but harmless. After having spent the day in real Mayan communities around the lake, the 'real Mayan culture' claims were a bit surreal.
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