Reviews on Seafood food in Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Mayan ruins tower over the sea in Tulum. The formerly walled city was one of the last to be built by the Mayans, and its archaeological sites are incredibly well preserved. Take a break from the beach to visit El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God. Explore an underground river under a canopy of stalactites in the sacred caverns of LabnaHa Eco Park, or dive into Cenote Dos Ojos to snorkel inside of caves in the middle of a forest.
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4 based on 209 reviews
Idan Lifshitz, chef of his signature restaurant âLoco Tulumâ, has opened in Tulum. It offers a unique opportunity to taste his Mediterranean cuisine dishes, in which flavors and colors converge to create the full authentic experience. Loco Tulum is the id
We went to have a relax dinner and got and amazing experience with the food and with the design of the place.The chef was incredible kind, he came out to talk to us and explain a little bit about the menu.Also they have lots of wine and good drinks.Thank you for your review!!!
4 based on 427 reviews
We had a variety of sharing type options at Sabor De Mar. Most of the menu is raw/ceviche style though a couple of fried taco options as some cooked mains. We enjoyed what we had along with the super friendly service. Particularly liked the shrimp tacos and tuna tostada.
4 based on 157 reviews
Everyone in the restaurant except for us spoke Italian. The menu is small, but typical of what you might get in a seafood joint in Tuscany. Simple, straight forward pastas and simply prepared fresh fish. He ordered the small lobster grilled (they were out of the sous vide lobster) and it was perfecto. I had the seasonal vegetable fettuccine â a little disappointed in the vegetables (maybe frozen broccoli) but the pasta and sauce was done just right. I added a little of the garlic olive oil that came with the bread and it fixed the under seasoning. Seriously good lace to enjoy fish & feel like youâre an ocean away. BTW, margaritas were first-class and freshly made.
4 based on 1796 reviews
RosaNegraÂ® is a space that radiates Freedom, a tribute to Latin American cuisine. Gastronomic traditions from countries such as Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil and, of course, Mexico make the menu an eclectic combination with authentic and daring flavor
We visited during our honeymoon and were blown away by the entire experience. The restaurant itself is beautiful and in a great location surrounded by other restaurants, bars and shops. From the minute you walk in, the customer service is absolutely stellar. You are not without a drink or wanting anything as the staff is so attentive and knowledgeable. While they do try to upsell and encourage the more expensive speciality menu, should you prefer to order from the regular menu like we did - you are not treated any differently.Everything is done with flair - even the table bread is special and unique. We ordered cocktails and several appetizers - each more delicious than the next. We are big foodies and pride ourselves in finding the best spots. Rosa Negra is now one of our top picks. If you are in Tulum - do not hesitate, do yourself a favour and eat here. Hello Janine, thank you very much for taking the time to write us, we are very pleased to know that you were able to share such a pleasant moment with us. We hope to see you again, we will gladly welcome you to our restaurant, your home.
4 based on 265 reviews
We are proud to offer really traditional Japanese cuisine with the real flavor from japan in hands of our executive chef Naoya who's originary from Osaka Japan and who learned from the very best chefs years ago and now brings to you all the complexity and
We come to Nao regularly and really enjoy the sushi (the salmon nigiri is very fresh) as well as some of the other dishes. The Udon soup is generously served and always delicious. Mari is usually our waitress and is very attentive and friendly.
5 based on 162 reviews
A new concept in Tulum, homemade bread, oats, freshly made ceviche, tostadas, smoothies, healthy salads, organic juice bar, energy drinks, street food, raw seafood, all with organic local ingredients. Open daily for breakfast, lunch & dinner!
Went here for lunch and thoroughly enjoyed the Ceviche and my boyfriend had a tacos which was great! Reasonable prices and they even offered us a chilli cherry Tequila drink on the house! Very friendly staff- I highly recommend this place and hope to go again myself!
5 based on 226 reviews
Back for yet another season from Nov til July, Mulberry Projects PopUp is on the beach at the La Zebra Hotel, for what we guarantee will be one of the highlights of your visit. Forget traditional and embrace the new and unexpected as owner, Jasper Soffer,
Swam around and baked in the sun all day and when I thought it couldnât get better, had some of the most deLICIOUS drinks by the hotter-than-sand-and-sun Virginia. Total babe, badass bartender, and some of the best cocktails Iâve ever had. 10/10 recommend, will probably stalk this lil pop-up wherever it goes now.
5 based on 123 reviews
Restaurant with contemporary mexican cuisine with an atmosphere of integration and respect to the jungle.
My wife and I celebrated our anniversary dinner here based on the high TripAdvisor ranking...and it did not disappoint. Coming during the low season, we didn't have to worry about a reservation, and were warmly welcomed in. The tuna appetizer was amazing, and the cocktails (though pricey) were fresh and delicious. While I got the whitefish - which was very good - my wife got the spare rib, which was incredible. Just a great dining experience.Thank you for your comments, we are glad you enjoyed your experience at BAL NAK'.
5 based on 605 reviews
A unique space, a meeting point where food becomes art and a transcendent experience. Taboo adopts Mediterranean cuisine as a way of life. The fresh and original ingredients are prepared in an extraordinary way focusing attention on its purity, authentici
We loved so much that we came back on the next day! Service is perfect, employees are very kind. The food is incredible, it was a really nice surprise. Hello 912alissam, thank you very much for taking the time to write us, we are very pleased to know that you were able to share such a pleasant moment with us. We hope to see you again, we will gladly welcome you to our restaurant, your home.
4 based on 461 reviews
KONNICHIWA! Ukami is a jungle sushi bar located at TulumÂ´s beach road. Our Mayapanese Kitchen is a mexican-japanese fusion. You'll find rolls and sashimis with a mexican twists, as well as tacos and tostadas with japanese flavours. WE HAVE DELVIERY SERVIC
2 rolls2 cocktails$66 dollarsThe bartender was awesome, but the waitress talked on her phone THE WHOLE TIME, and then put a mandatory 20% tip on the bill. Very typical of this genteration. Mi imal work, with maximum expectations. Go I to town to UNO. Better sushi, 1/3 of the price and triple the serviceFirst of all our apologies for the rude waitress I already talk to her and this won't happen again. BIG SORRYI donÂ´t care about other restaurants, if they are cheaper or not, we offer original quality products for a fair price considering where we are. JUST DONT LIE PLEASE for two rolls and two premium cocktails its 44USD NOT 66USD. And last but not least, our tip is a suggestion and its printed as it on the ticket, its not mandatory, that illegal in our country. BEST REGARDS
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