The Best Tulum Restaurant For Us Of Bananas
Tulum, Mexico, is known for its restaurants, its Mexican tacos, its delicious food to eat at the beach, the open menu local restaurants offer, delicious fresh boca and paila dishes, great grilled seafood, vegan bar in the calle of the centro and many raw restaurants you will be able to eat in during your travel. We loved the list of the best restaurants in Tulum Alessia and Eddy made on Digital Nomad Couple!
We will share with you the best address of the restaurants, whether you are vegan or want to eat raw food, or want to eat the typical Mexican great tacos, or even more, some delicious grilled seafood at the beach of Tulum. Check which menu you prefer and see which restaurant is closer to your hotel during your visit!
El ASADERO: typical Mexican food and grill
At Don El Asadero, you can bring friends and family here in this great Mexican restaurant in Tulum. In the middle of the centro of Tulum, you can get a taste of Argentina in their menu and in this modern, top restaurant – which offers some of the best steaks and tacos.
There are various delicacies on the menu, such as rib-eye, T-Bone, roasted cactus, top sirloin and steak Arrachera skirt. Not vegan or raw food, but some delicious open menu food for your dining. There is also an extensive list of wines and cocktails at the bar!
POSADA MARGHERITA: Italian food with a touch of Caribbean flavors
One of the world-class Italian restaurants in the guide, it serves some of the best dishes outside of Italy and is located directly on the open beach of Tulum, away from the carrettera and the calle of the zona in the centro. Forget about Mexican tacos, in this restaurant their menu offers you to eat perfectly grilled fish and seafood and meat as well as try out the fresh pasta in this best Tulum beach restaurant.
Salsiccia rucola grana, prosciutto e funghi and other hand-made cakes of the hotel’s pizzeria are top draws. From the coconuts that are owned by the hotel, gelato is made. So if you want something different than a Mexican dinner, that's the restaurant for you. They also have some vegan and raw dishes.
ANTOJITOS LA CHIAPANECA: the best of Mexican street food
Some of the tastiest street tacos in Tulum can be found here, and every delicacy on the menu is a top pick! The place is flooded with locals, and the restaurant is constantly improving everything that it serves.
You can order any beef, pasta or chicken in a taco or cake. There are about five different sauces and toppings to choose from. Taste the best tacos in Tulum here, if you are looking for a satiating, cheap meal!
DEL CIELO: Mexican cuisine at its finest
This award-winning Mexican restaurant is one of the favorite breakfast venues in Tulum centro for many tourists, for boca and paila. It is a great place for dinner as well, and vegetarian omelets, quiches and granola are some of the popular breakfast options. When compared to traditional Mexican restaurants in the area, it is unique due to its tropical bistro atmosphere.
There are plenty of amazing foods to try, such as guacamole, chilaquiles, ranchero eggs and a green salad with chicken along with fruit dressing. The Mexican bowl is a scene stealer, of course!
RAW LOVE: Vegan and Vegetarian paradise
When you are constantly traveling, sometimes it is difficult to eat healthy foods. But with a delicious and healthy breakfast at Raw Love, you can start your day on a healthy note. Start with a bowl of acai or avocado toast, and wash it down with a cup of organic coffee (brewed freshly) to get full of energy – that will last all day long!
All foods served here are completely gluten-free. It is one of the leading restaurants here with a peaceful atmosphere, and you can get a feel of home-cooked food. While you spend some time relaxing in a hammock outside, you can even order a smoothie and enjoy it as you enjoy the views.
CASA BANANA: our friend restaurant in Tulum
Here you can have the best steakhouse on the beach! Casa Banana offers a top Argentinian-Mexican menu with delicious cuts of meat, homemade chorizo, local beer and a long list of mezcal cocktails. It stays open all day, but dinner is best. During your visit in Tulum you should try chaya, fresh tacos ingredients, coconut, roasted or grilled seafood and Yucatan food.
You can find them here - Carr. Tulum-Boca Paila Km. 7.5, Tulum Beach, Zona Hotelera, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico. Don’t forget to check out their website!
MEZE: craving some Mediterranean flavors?
This is a brand new Tulum restaurant. MEZE is a Greek-style tavern that specializes in meze plates (Greek version of tapas) and creative cocktails. All meals are made for sharing, so take your friend and satisfy your appetite.
MATEO’S MEXICAN GRILL: a real Mexican experience
Multi-storey bar and grill with a rooftop terrace overlooking the sunset over the forest. The second terrace is full of hammocks.
During your visit in Tulum you should try chaya, fresh tacos ingredients, coconut, roasted or grilled seafood and Yucatan food. The outstanding attractions include fish tacos, ceviche and cocktails. It stays open all day; and plays live music every night.
EL VEGETARIANO MAR Y TIERRA: veggies for everyone!
It is an excellent, casual vegan / vegetarian Tulum restaurant in the city center with a delicious menu of Mexican and international dishes. The place serves nice chile relleno, burgers, falafel etc., which are best enjoyed on the cozy garden terrace at the back.
EL GOURMET: the heart of Tulum centro
A unique cafe in the heart of Pueblo, it serves great desserts made from homemade focaccia bread (bought daily on site), fresh cheese, local products and quality meat. The airy dining terrace is located in front under an awning made of rainbow umbrellas with tables lined with plants and flowers. You can pay by just cash. Many restaurants have their own instagram, website or facebook page so that you can check out the new cocktail and the fresh food of the day.
KIN TOH: eat on a real treehouse
This is a treehouse-style restaurant and bar with unique architecture and dreamy views of the sun over the forest. This cool-to-hurt place is more about atmosphere, so go for a cocktail at sunset in one of their nesting nets or have a hookah while they hang in their nets.
The food is Mayan avant-garde and a bit hypocritical, but the atmosphere is really original and worth a trip. Reservations are recommended. A minimum consumption fee of USD 25 will be charged by credit card upon arrival.