Had our dinner their and it's nothing more to say. Service was OK, food was OK, decoration is OK, bill was OK. Expected more than just OK.
Great and cheap food, nice atmosphere, staff is good and friendly, not so much turisthy. I highly recommend this place.
Had some grub here on our first night in Tulum and wasn't disappointed. Beer was cold - and cheaper than in most other places -, prawn quesadillas were yummy and steak tacos succulent. Service was quick, prices were good, so overall it was a good experience food-wise. However, the decor is a little bland with its white plastic chairs. Other... More
After several really bad experiences with Mexican food in this area we followed the recommendation of Lonely Planet. The service was nice, the food was freshly cooked and really tasty. We tried the fajitas mixto and had some really cold beer. We saw some local people eating there but also many tourists. We will come again.
Great food, cheap and not too touristy. Really friendly - highly recommended!Try the quesadillas - very good indeed! The beer is well priced too and the entertainment is pleasant - a great night
My wife and I went here later in the evening when it had a distinct bar vibe rather than restaurant but the food was good and the guests were mostly locals. The drinks were good and relatively inexpensive especially compared to anything at a resort that isn't "all-inclusive". This was a nice place to sit- listen to music and people... More
We came to this place on the advise from a driver. We asked him where he would take his family to eat and he brought us here. We were the only patrons in the place and it was wonderfully relaxing. We had hired a driver seeking refuge from the HORRIBLE Reef Coco Beach "Resort". We sat and visited with our... More
Good experience. Mariachi band a little loud, but stopped by end of dinner. Shrimp Ceviche tostada was very good as were enchiladas. Tacos didnt come with any Condiments. However very good service.
We asked local people where to eat, 2 people suggested this place. So off we go. The food is okay, coming from LA we've tasted better. The carne asada is dry. An ice cream that fits in a woman's palm is $6.
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