Find The 5 Best Restaurants in Tulum
The best restaurants in Tulum as experienced foodie is the following list, a good, nice and various prices eating guide in Tulum:
Well, first I must start by saying that it was not easy to choose my favorites, there are such good food options in Tulum, chefs from all over the world offering an exquisite blend of flavors and aromas.
But let’s start with the countdown:
1.- LA ZEBRA TULUM
This is a hotel that also has a restaurant and is on the edge of the beach, with a variety of dishes, including meat, seafood, soups, and good desserts.
Its bar next to the beach guarantees an incredible experience, the attention is very good as well as its drinks menu, with the most exotic mixes (even drinks with mole, yes … mole!).
- My favorites are the rib eye tacos, mixed ceviche and the shrimp tacos that are only served at the beach restaurant.
- Drinks: Red eye (michelada with clamato) from La Zebra is one of my favorites!
- Prices range from $ 250 to $ 400 pesos per person (depending on how hungry you are)
- You can not miss salsa nights on Sundays and the Mulberry project pop up from the bar
2.- PIZZA EL MANGLAR TULUM
The best place for me to eat pizza in Tulum is undoubtedly in the Manglar, I was looking for many places and none of them surpassed this.
The place is quite cozy (despite the mosquitoes, they offer you repellent), the prices are quite affordable considering that we are in Tulum and the service is very fast.
- My favoriteThe arugula pizza with serrano ham
- Quite affordable prices from $ 150 to $ 200 p / p
Campanella is one of my favorite restaurants for breakfast, its specialty is the wlaffles, it also has a great variety of panninis and cuernitos, a vegetarian bocaccia that is very good.
But you certainly can not leave without trying one of their waffles, delicious, large and fluffy. Unfortunately the attention is not very good and the waiting time is considerable.
- My favorites Patagonian waffle or banana with chocolate.
- Accessible prices of $ 150 to $ 200 MX p/p.
- Imperdibles without a doubt are the artisan ice creams.
4.- FLOW: VEGGIE RESTAURANT
This is undoubtedly one of my favorite restaurants in Tulum, its specialty is vegetarian food, it has an exquisite variety of salads, falafel, humus, aubergine pate.
The chef is Swiss and has a good touch of Mediterranean and healthy food. If you are in the mood of healthy food and no meat at all, then you’ll love it.
- The service is very good, fast and the place is cozy to spend a pleasant night with friends or as a couple.
- My favorite is the vegetarian burger, it is so delicious that you will not even mind if it does not have meat.
Hamburguesa vegetariana, mi favorita.
Well, the star of the post is here! The Thai Food restaurant Mezzanine, which at the same time is a hotel.
This restaurant is always full and is headed by a Thai chef based in Tulum, to ensure the original flavor of the dishes that will undoubtedly conquer you.
With an incredible terrace overlooking the sea, this is one of the best places in Tulum to spend a romantic evening or simply because you want to see the moon with friends.
The menu has many options in the category of Thai food, most of the dishes are made with organic ingredients or handcrafted by the chef himself, which ensures an unparalleled flavor.
As a suggestion you can order a delicious “money sachet” and continue with a soup (believe me, the soups are delicious) and finish with a thai pad or sweet & sour shrimp.
The drinks are not left behind either, they have a good list of options in cocktails, the service is unbeatable and the place is incredible.
- My favorite the typical but never boring Thai soup Tom Kha with organic coconut milk and vegetables.
- Not everything is perfect, so this place will need an extra budget since it is expensive but if the occasion deserves it is worth it, the average is between $ 350 and $ 600 MX p/p.
- Unmissable the famous “sachets of money” as an entrance and visit this place on full moon days is a must.
This was my personal list of the best places I’ve eaten so far, no doubt and luckily there’s always a lot more to try and get to know, but this guide can be useful if you’re visiting or you’re a new place.
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