My husband and I returned here after 13 years with our kids & parents...still a beautiful spot and got a great dinner. Perfect spot to try local dishes and some yummy cocktails too. Pricey, but we felt it was worth it.
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Situated in the town Square, a cooling retreat with a courtyard restaurant With our Mexican friends had a friendly and excellent meal Authentic Mayan food with an excellent egg flan for dessert Food served in interesting ways with interesting details
The place is great and and the food was okay with, let's say, a medium-high tourist price (breakfast menu). But obviously the 20% tip was not enough for our waiter who just went away without even a look, à gracias or a good bye.
My wife and a friend were on a private van tour of the ruins (while visiting Cozumel), and when the weather had other plans for us mid-day, we decided we wanted to eat authentic cuisine, and our capable driver brought us here! We had no...More
Quaint and local but the type of place were there are only a few decision makers that you have to wait for if there is a problem. That said, restaurant is built around an open courtyard that is lovely. Breakfast is very good, but the...More
We visited the restaurant at El Meson del Marques after reading the recommendations and had a nice dinner. Friendly staff, nice surroundings and good food at a great price. We had 2 x main course, 1 x dessert, 1 x beer and 2 x drinks...More
We returned to the Vallodolid centro after visiting the ruins at Ek' Balam and the cenote looking for a cold beverage and food. Walking towards el centro we found the entrance to this hotel and could see the courtyard from the street which enticed us...More
As part of the tour to CichenItza we stpped to eat at this restaurant. the buffet had a large variety of items from salad bar to mexican and other types of food. Overall we enjoyed our meal . the service was good and the desets...More
What lies behind the colonial walls of Valladolid is elusive! We've driven through the town three different times on the way back from archeological sites over the years and have never stopped to investigate the "interior" of this wonderful place. Walking through the doorway of...More