We have been here for dinner once and for lunch 3 times. The atmosphere is nothing to write home about but if you want to watch sports on TV then there is lots of that available. The menu is extensive. We had a set menu for R$37.95 per person with lots of little different dishes that were served, I was not full at the end of it though. And up the road for R$42 you can go to Si Senor for an all-you-eat so maybe that would be better value if you are hungry!
If you sit outside at Yucatan then watch out for all the mosquitoes, I got eaten alive and also got bitten once when we sat inside - they should spray!
The service is good but the waiters don't speak any English, nor is the menu in English.
The prices are o.k., comparable with other restaurants in this expensive area - Yucatan is cheaper than Si Senor though.
I can recommend the nachos supreme, yum, yum.
Drinks selection for non-alcoholic is very limited - just coke, 1 other soda and a couple of juice options (no fanta, no peach ice tea, no coke zero etc).
We would go back.
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