[resto] Les Bons Restos et patisseries de La Riviera Maya

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Messagede lolamd » 21 Avr 2005, 20:23

OK je vois tout le monde étais en "All Inclused" et n'a jamais mangé hors de son hotel ??????
C'est génial je n'aurai qu'à manger mes menus Italiens en "All Inclused" pendant 7 jours :sm38:
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Messagede Jane » 22 Avr 2005, 12:28

Non mais je n'ai jamais noté où je mangeais et je serai plutôt foodstalls et les bons repas je les ai plutôt fait dans le Yucatan à Mérida.
Des pâtes des pâtes et du tiramisu :D pas de céviche de caracol ou de gambas ou de pulpo voilà nah !

Règles à savoir
Demander si le service et pourboire est inclus ou pas sur la carte.
Tous les restaurants sont sur la 5, parlent toutes les langues ou du moins ont des menus trilingues et harranguent le client.
C'est assez cher.
Le homard, oui il y en a vient de Majuahal
Pas mal de restos locaux dans les rues adjacentes Juarez ou 30, où on ne parle qu'espagnol et espagnol, ne payant pas de mine et qui sont à mon avis bien plus typiques, oui bien sûr il n' y a pas la vue, c'est simple mais une ou deux rues parallèles à la 5, ca change.
Olivier a écrit:il suffit de faire deux ou trois cuadras depuis la 5a avenida pour trouver des restaurants vraiment mexicains et économiques.


Liste d'un courageux américain, non décortiquée car énorme, faudrait déjà que je me repère sur une carte.
Si vous en reconnaissez certains, les commentaires sont les bienvenus.

Atmosphere-
Papa Hemmingways: 5th around Calle 12 across from Media Luna and Idea Pasta. The service was excellent, and the food was phenomenal! We both had fish and it was excellent. With an appetizer, a couple beers each and our entrees, I think dinner was $40 USD. Not bad for an excellent meal in a wonderfull treehouse-like setting.

Bakery
- El Molino (excellent cakes, esp. pastel con tres leches) on 30th a bit south of Juarez
- Hot Baking Company - good place for breakfast or a lite lunch. good bakery. on 5th between 10th on street 10. Eggs Benedict on weekends w/ homemade muffins. cash only. American type prices.

Breakfast
- Hot Baking Company - good place for breakfast or a lite lunch. good bakery. on 5th between 10th on street 10. Eggs Benedict on weekends w/ homemade muffins. cash only. American type prices.
- Sabor - very good for breakfast.
- Le Bistrot – Restaurant associated with Hotel Alhambra on the beach at 8th Street. Wonderful place to eat breakfast on the beach. They will even make Chilequiles Cost is about 50 pesos. Very good coffee.

Coffee
- El Diwan for great coffee.
- Le Bistrot – Restaurant associated with Hotel Alhambra on the beach at 8th Street. Wonderful place to eat breakfast on the beach. They will even make Chilaquiles Cost is about 50 pesos. Very good coffee.

Good / Cheap
- Cafe de la Luna calle 4 at 15th run by two brothers from Sardinia...and the pan-fried fish in white wine sauce with capers was fantastic!!! Dinner for two with beer was 55 pesos.
- Caribbean Paridise Hotel restaurant on the second floor a new place on the north end of 5th, at about calle 20. It is run by a nice Mexican family - the platter for two was excellent and very filling...
- Chac Mul. It is on 2nd between 5th and the Ocean. The place opens a 4pm. They have a barbeque set up outside and offer a limited menu. Shish kebabs during our last visit. Chicken 60 pesos, mixed 65 pesos and steak 70 pesos. And beer was only 10 pesos. You can have a nice dinner and relax and enjoy the view out to Cozumel island and still have change from a 200. [cheap local]
- Cocteleria el Paisano Veracruz – west of fed highway on Benito Jurarez bright yellow and blue building on north side. Shrimp specialize. Best in early afternoon while supplies last. Meals are 60-80 pesos. Cash only.
- El Chino's, calle 4 between ave 10 & 15, for Mexican and Mayan dishes, subtle charm in atmosphere and very reasonable prices ...
- El Correo – corner of 15th & 1st. good cheap meals –
- El Cuerno de Oro. It is on 2nd just after 10th. We had “Poc Chuc” and two beers each for 125 pesos total. Not bad for a filling meal of pork, rice and beans along with tortillas and refreshments. this a recommendation for cheap food not tourist food
- El Fogón – On 30th Ave around 26th or 28th Street. very Mexican and very inexpensive.
- El Jalepeño Tex Mex Cafe is open 6:30am to 10pm everyday and is where friends meet. Ask your taxi driver to drop you off on 15th and 8th, the restaurant is under the Sahara hotel across from the movie theatre. Nothing fancy just good clean fun and food!
- El- Serape on Juarez for tacos el pastor. This is marinated pork steak which has been stacked on a spit (like Greek gyros) and topped with pineapple. Several places on 30th sell it. This is available only at night as a rule.
- El Vaticano on 30th & 16th close to the supermarket. locals frequent – food good and cheap. breakfasts are great and only 25 pesos. Dinner for two about 200 pesos.
- H&M Butcher shop between 25th and 30th on 1st street (one block south of Juarez) sets up a big charcoal grill everyday and prepares VERY good imported arrachera (flank steak), churrasco (ribeye), chorizo (Mexican sausage) by the kilo and their grilled onions, potatoes and especially the blackened tomato salsa are excellent. I usually pick up half a kilo of arrachera with salsa, some tortillas and a grilled onion and two of us eat a great lunch for about 50 pesos. I always do carryout but you can eat there if you want.
- La Floresta a little palapa covered place on the west side of the federal highway (Hwy 307) – serve only fish and seafood. Shrimp tacos are great 10 pesos each. Not open in the evenings. Cash only
- La Tarraya (sp?). NOT fancy!!! on the beach, full of locals, inexpensive, generous portions, not far from the ferry dock heading north (on the beach)from the pier,
- Las Brisas on 4th street near 10th ave. Oh yeah, and try the brocheta de mariscos (seafood skewer) at It's really tasty and at 50 pesos is a deal anywhere.
- Las Cacerolas between 4th and 6th on 15th ave. yummy homemade comida corrida.
- Las Delicias on 5th and 22nd good cheap Mexican -Las Delicias at 5th Ave. north of Constituyentes. good mexican food at a reasonable price
- La Vendimia – Cuban food - in a courtyard off 5th near 12th on the side nearest the ocean - inexpensive (65 pesos per person) and the food was nicely prepared. I don’t think the young couple that ar e operating the place are going to be able to keep it open. Look for the “Casa Mediterranea” sign.
- Makech, 1st street south (parallel to Juarez, one block south) near 10th. pozole on Thursdays. 1st street south, 50 meters west of the town square. This is quality comida corrida,
- Makesh on Calle 1 Sur near 10th ave, and las Cacerolas on 15th Ave between 4th and 6th - good cheap eats. Like less than 4 bucks total for homecooked big lunches.
- Mamita's Beach Club (next to Tucan Beach Club), just north of the Porto Real Hotel comida corrida rules
- Padrino’s – nice cheap place to eat under the palapas.
- Taco Bills. Very local, very cheap...pastor tacos (3) were 9 pesos. We often went there for late lunch or a pre-dinner appetizer. Depends how "local" you want to get. Actually there are great local places on Avenue Juarez between 5th and 15th.

Good Place to Have a Cold Beer
- Beer Bucket, on fifth around 12th street. Good blackened shrimp.
- Cabalova, on fifth around 12th street.
- Late night at Soma is techno-DJ stuff, which is mostly local and fun, and open very late.
- Lima, on fifth around 12th street.
- Tequila Barrel for dinner or drinks and live music. on fifth around 12th street.

Hotel Restaurants
- Caribbean Paridise Hotel restaurant on the second floor a new place on the north end of 5th, at about calle 20. It is run by a nice Mexican family - the platter for two was excellent and very filling...
- Il Pescatori - excellent – in the Gran Porto
- Le Bistrot – Restaurant associated with Hotel Alhambra on the beach at 8th Street. Wonderful place to eat breakfast on the beach. They will even make Chilequiles Cost is about 50 pesos. Very good coffee.

Italian
- de Gabi's for great Italian food Calle12, a half block off 5th towards the ocean. some found it expensive.
- Idea Pasta - Italian
- Karen's on 5th.. the service is great and the place is always busy.

Local Hangouts – tacos, comida corrida
- Chac Mul. It is on 2nd between 5th and the Ocean - opens a 4pm. They have a barbeque set up outside and offer a limited menu. Shish kebabs etc. Chicken 60 pesos, mixed 65 pesos and steak 70 pesos. Beer only 10 pesos. You can have a nice dinner and relax and enjoy the view out to Cozumel island and still have change from a 200.
- El Cuerno kept me alive when I was a broke divemaster.
- El Faisan y El Vanado – located on fed highway #307 close to Ave Benito Jurarea where the locals eat lunch around 1 or 2.
- El Serape on Juarez for tacos el pastor. This is marinated pork steak which has been stacked on a spit (like Greek gyros) and topped with pineapple. Several places on 30th sell it. This is available only at night as a rule.
- El Vaticano on 30th & 16th close to the supermarket. locals frequent – food good and cheap. breakfasts are great and only 25 pesos. Dinner for two about 200 pesos.
- H&M Butcher shop between 25th and 30th on 1st street (one block south of Juarez) sets up a big charcoal grill everyday and prepares VERY good imported arrachera (flank steak), churrasco (ribeye), chorizo (Mexican sausage) by the kilo and their grilled onions, potatoes and especially the blackened tomato salsa are excellent. Pick up half a kilo of arrachera with salsa, some tortillas and a grilled onion and two can eat a great lunch for about 50 pesos. Carryout or eat there.
- La Bamba Jaroche, which is a seafood place on 30th quite a ways north (past 26th)-it's on the west side of the street and has orange trim. Huge menu. I loved the cilantro shrimp, though they are unpeeled.
- La Tarraya (sp?). NOT fancy!!! on the beach, full of locals, inexpensive, generous portions, not far from the ferry dock heading north (on the beach)from the pier
- Las Cacerolas between 4th and 6th on 15th ave. yummy homemade comida corrida.
- Mamita's Beach Club (next to Tucan Beach Club), just north of the Porto Real Hotel comida corrida rules
- Taco Bills. Very local, very cheap...pastor tacos (3) were 9 pesos. We often went there for late lunch or a pre-dinner appetizer. Depends how "local" you want to get. Actually there are great local places on Avenue Juarez between 5th and 15th.

Lunch
- La Floresta - a little palapa covered place on the west side of the federal highway (Hwy 307) – serves only fish and seafood. Shrimp tacos are great 10 pesos each. Not open in the evenings. Cash only
- Mamita's Beach Club (next to Tucan Beach Club), just north of the Porto Real Hotel comida corrida.
- Taco Bills. Very local, very cheap... 3 pastor tacos for 9 pesos. Good for late lunch.

Music
- Apasionado: 5th, down near 22nd I think. Flamenco band
- El Tacolote – good mariachis good flan
- Karen’s - live band every nite
- La Parilla on the corner of 5th and Calle 10. Popular place, fun mariachis in the evenings.

Mayan / Mexican
- Caribbean Paridise Hotel restaurant on the second floor a new place on the north end of 5th, at about calle 20; run by a nice Mexican family - the platter for two was excellent and very filling...
- El Chino's, calle 4 between ave 10 & 15, for Mexican and Mayan dishes, subtle charm in atmosphere and very reasonable prices ...
- El Correo – corner of 15th & 1st. good cheap meals –
- El Cuerno de Oro. It is on 2nd just after 10th. We had “Poc Chuc” and two beers each for 125 pesos total. Not bad for a filling meal of pork, rice and beans along with tortillas and refreshments. this a recommendation for cheap food not tourist food
- Las Delicias on 5th and 22nd good cheap Mexican
- Mamita's Beach Club (next to Tucan Beach Club), just north of the Porto Real Hotel comida corrida.
- Taco Bills. Very local, very cheap...pastor tacos (3) were 9 pesos. We often went there for late lunch or a pre-dinner appetizer. Depends how "local" you want to get. Actually there are great local places on Avenue Juarez between 5th and 15th.
- El Fogón – On 30th Ave around 26th or 28th Street. very Mexican and very inexpensive.
- El Serape... it's on the north side of Juarez Avenue. Juarez around 20th or 25th street. Good stuff. At night, it's lit up like a McDonalds and it always seems to be open (I've been there at 4-5am). They have the entire spectrum of Mexican food which I found to be very good
- La Poblana (on Juarez) for "real" Mexican food
- Las Delicias at 5th Ave. north of Constituyentes. good mexican food at a reasonable price
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Pricey but worth it
- Los Pelicanos (Puerto Morelos): With drinks and dinner it was a little pricey, but worth every penny.
- Media Luna. cash only. good mango dishes. moderate.
- Papa Hemmingways: 5th around Calle 12 across from Media Luna and Idea Pasta. The service was excellent, and the food was phenomenal! We both had fish and it was excellent. With an appetizer, a couple beers each and our entrees, I think dinner was $40 USD. Not bad for an excellent meal in a wonderful treehouse-like setting.

Road Trip Food
- Ana y Jose's Restaurant and Cabanas [Tulum]. Take the left turn at Tulum and go to the beach area. Turn right there and advance slowly around the potholes until you can hardly stand it any more. Nice facility, far from the madding crowd.
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- Casa Cenote Restaurant [Tulum]. Just north of Tulum there's a sign. I remember it's just north of a road to a big hotel whose name escapes me now. Anyway, the road to this place is full of potholes but if you drive slow it's fine. This cenote [Cenote Manati] is free and very pretty. Enjoyable snorkeling there. Casa Cenote Restaurant sits on the beach, near Cenote Manati (mantaee), which is one location where the massive cave system Nohoch Nah Chich dumps into the sea. The flow goes under the road.
- Chen Rio, [Cozumel] there is a protected area where many families were swimming. This is a nice, relaxing place to swim and get some seafood.
- Don Cafetos [Tulum] on the main drag in Tulum. Very good, great service, and reasonable prices
- El Mirador [Tulum] restaurant was cheap, excellent and provided plentiful meals. It is down on the end near Don Armandos.
- Gringo Dave's [Tulum] on the cabana road to the left as you are going down toward Don Armadas. beautiful, outdoor restaurant. limited menu of several kinds of sea food, barbecue chicken, fajitas, etc. 70 pesos each including rice and grilled veggies on the side.
- La Buena Vida [Akumal] - a fantastic restaurant to eat at on Half Moon Bay near Akumal.
- Oscar y Lalos layed-back atmosphere, good seafood - Punta Soliman. A little pricey compared to some of the other restaurants on the Boca Paila Rd. You can snorkel or kayak there also. Then drive down to Tankah to snorkel in a cenote, visit ruins in Tulum or Yal Ku Lagoon, all very close. Some of the best grouper we've ever had...It's a nice place to just sit back and veg out!...
- Pancho's Backyard (Cozumel): The food and setting here was fantastic. Lunch with beer water and food, was like $20 USD. If you plan a day trip to Cozumel, it is definitely worth seeking this place out.
- The Casa Cenote Restaurant [Tankah] is also great on Tankah bay – good beach and entrance to Cenote Maniti. Located off highway 307 between Akumal and Tulum on beautiful Tankah beach. Eight kilometers south of Xel-Ha look for the blue Casa Cenote sign with yellow lettering, follow the road to the beach and turn left, the restaurant will be 1/4 mile on your right. The cenote itself goes under the road and the restaurant to end up mixing with the waters of Tankah Bay.

Seafood
- 100% natural. great fish, interesting soups and juices - tree house like setting. 5th between streets 10 & 12. Credit cards.
- Cafe de la Luna calle 4 at 15th run by two brothers from Sardinia...and the pan-fried fish in white wine sauce with capers was fantastic!!! Dinner for two with beer was 55 pesos.
- Cocteleria el Paisano Veracruz – west of fed highway on Benito Jurarez bright yellow and blue building on north side. Shrimp specialize. Best in early afternoon while supplies last. Meals are 60-80 pesos. Cash only.
- La Bamba Jaroche, a seafood place on 30th quite a ways north (past 26th)-it's on the west side of the street and has orange trim. Huge menu. great cilantro shrimp.
- La Floresta a little palapa covered place on the west side of the federal highway (Hwy 307) – serve only fish and seafood. Shrimp tacos are great 10 pesos each. Not open in the evenings. Cash only
- Las Brisas on 4th street near 10th ave. Oh yeah, and try the brocheta de mariscos (seafood skewer) at It's really tasty and at 50 pesos is a deal anywhere.
- Oscar y Lalos layed-back atmosphere near Punta Soliman, good seafood. A little pricey compared to some of the other restaurants on the Boca Paila Rd., but we enjoyed it. You can snorkel or kayak there also.

Street food - cafes / vendors
- big taco places (taquerias) on Juarez, just three blocks or so up Juarez from the square. Taquerias rock, and they are not what you would expect, if you've never really eaten authentic Mexican. Tacos al pastor, cooked vertically like Greek gyros, with a chunk of pineapple and red sauce are addictive like crack.
- churro stand on the square (open evenings only). Wait for fresh ones - they are not nearly as good if they have been sitting a while. Churros are a kind of deep-fried doughnut.
- empanadas on fourth street. Budget about 16 pesos to get stuffed on them.
- loncherias - try a comida corrida for lunch. They are available in lots of small loncherias for 25 to 35 pesos, and they are very filling complete meals. It's a great way to eat authentic and get a good deal.
- pushcarts near Juarez on the town square breakfast: try tacos or tortas (sandwiches)
- tacos el pastor- several places on 30th sell it. This is available only at night as a rule.
- various asaderos and rosticerias a half chicken with beans rice and cabbage salad for 25-35 pesos at the on 4th street between 20 and 25th or 2nd and 25th or any of three on 10th ave.
- 30th is the local main street (as opposed to 5th, the tourist main street. Literally hundreds of options await you.

Take-out
- H&M Butcher shop between 25th and 30th on 1st street (one block south of Juarez) sets up a big charcoal grill everyday and prepares VERY good imported arrachera (flank steak), churrasco (ribeye), chorizo (Mexican sausage) by the kilo and their grilled onions, potatoes and especially the blackened tomato salsa are excellent. Pick up half a kilo of arrachera with salsa, some tortillas and a grilled onion and two can eat a great lunch for about 50 pesos. Carryout or eat there.

Treats
- Churro stand on the square (open evenings only). Wait for fresh ones - they are not nearly as good if they have been sitting a while. Churros are a kind of deep-fried doughnut.
- Flor de Michoaca ice cream/paletas. Paletas are ice cream or fruit ice bars, really loaded with fruit or nuts. There are several in town; the easiest to find is on 30th just north of Constituyentes.
- Italian ice cream shop in the shopping mall just south of the ferry is excellent, though not cheap.
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Spécialités du yucatan

Messagede Jane » 22 Avr 2005, 12:55

Lomitos: filete de carne empanizado en una salsa de tomate, cebolla y chipotle.

Potaje de lentejas: sopa espesa de lentejas con diferentes carnes y verduras.

Albóndigas con fideos: bolas de carnes en un caldo con fideos.
Pollo en Escabeche: pollo sazonado en cebolla con un caldo ligeramente picante.

Pollo en mole: pollo en una oscura salsa de base chocolatosa, servido en una con arroz.

Chiles Rellenos: chiles desvainados rellenos ya sea carne molida o queso, con salsa de col y tomate.

Pozole: un caldo dulzón con un arreglo de condimentos, maíz reventado y verduras.

SOPA DE LIMA Un caldo de pollo desmenuzado, tostadas y jugo de lima.

HUEVOS MOTULEÑOS Huevos fritos sobre una tostada cubierta de frijol refrito; se adereza con salsa de tomate, jamón picado y queso blanco desmenuzado, servido con algunas rebanadas de plátano refrito.

POLLO PIBIL Piezas de pollo marinadas en achiote, jugo de naranja agria, ajo, comino, sal y pimienta; envueltas en hoja de plátano y horneadas. Este platillo al hacerse con puerco se llama Cochinita Pibil.

POC-CHUC Finas rebanadas de puerco asadas, marinadas en jugo de naranja agria, servidas con una salsa y cebolla picada.

PANUCHOS Y SALBUTES Tortillas de maíz con pollo, lechuga y cebolla. La única diferencia entre el panucho y el salbute es que el primero lleva frijol dentro de la tortilla, y el salbute lo omite.

PAPADZULES Huevos duros picados dentro de una tortilla cubierta por una salsa de semilla de calabaza.

FRIJOL CON PUERCO La versión yucateca del puerco cocido en frijol. Servido con arroz, cubierto con salsa de tomate y aderezado con rábano, cilantro y cebolla. On trouve ce plat le lundi dans les restaurants yucatèques.
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Messagede lolamd » 22 Avr 2005, 21:10

Jane Eres Genial :sm3:
Que haria sin ti ????

Gracias, je mangerai des Panuchos en pensant à toi PROMIS


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Prix moyen /jour pour se nourrir à playa

Messagede deejoh » 27 Juil 2005, 15:09

Salut à tous je pars bientot à playa, et dans le but d'affiner mon budget j'aurais besoin de connaitre celon vous le prix moyen par jour pour le déjeuner et le diner ?
Que ce soit au supermarché ou encore au resto (prix raisonnable)

Et question bonus : Savez vous s'ill y a un Burger King à Cancun ???


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Messagede Jane » 27 Juil 2005, 16:47

Il ne doit y avoir que cela vu le nombre d'américains, Cancun sauf en ville, est cher par rapport à Playa ou Tulum, tu peux manger bien pour 4 sous, dans n'importe quel taquiera locale, si tu t'eloignes de la masse des gringos.


Sinon

http://forum.mexique-fr.com/ftopic1483.php
http://forum.mexique-fr.com/ftopic2249.php


Clique la dessus et regarde à l'intérieur tu vas trouver plein de liens pour des questions courantes, elles y sont regroupées.



Sinon tu as deux forums principaux un pour les conseils généraux, l'autre pour les hotels, soit par ville et par site archeologique pour les gens qui bougent, soit par hotel pour les séjour riviera maya

Si ca ne va pas dis moi, mais ca devrait aller je pense

Quand tu cliques sur rechercher, tu tapes de mots exemple taxi taxis et tu séléctionnes conseil aux voyageurs sur l'ascenseur forum et tu envoies
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Re: Prix moyen /jour pour se nourrir à playa

Messagede al1_gibert » 01 Aoû 2005, 15:53

deejoh a écrit:Salut à tous je pars bientot à playa, et dans le but d'affiner mon budget j'aurais besoin de connaitre celon vous le prix moyen par jour pour le déjeuner et le diner ?
Que ce soit au supermarché ou encore au resto (prix raisonnable)

Et question bonus : Savez vous s'ill y a un Burger King à Cancun ???


Merci à tous


Etant allé à Cancun et Playa del Carmen 3 fois en un an (la dernière fois fin juin 2005), je peux répondre sans trop de problème à ta question.

Comme le dit Jane, les prix ne sont pas élevés dans la mesure où tu n'es pas dans la zone "américaine" (autour de la lagune) de Cancun. Compare un peu les prix et ne te jette pas sur le premier restaurant venu. Tu mangeras essentiellement mexicain, il y a très peu de légume dans les plats pour les touristes. En moyenne, les prix de mes repas variaient entre 40 et 80 pesos (en avril, le taux était de 14 pesos pour 1 euro et fin juin, il n'était plus que de 12,5). Si tu achètes des fruits, pense bien à les peler et évite les glaçons dans les endroits qui ne sont pas très touristiques.

Et oui, il y a au moins un Burger King à Cancun puisque j'y suis allé, sur l'avenue Tulum, à cinq minutes à pied de la gare routière en redescendant vers l'avenue Coba (au coin avec une rue piétonnière).

Bon voyage.

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Messagede Bibidou » 01 Aoû 2005, 19:12

Salut pour le Burger King, il est juste avant le "market 28" et goûte leur sauce verte à base de piment elle est top le menu en XXL (pour américains) coûte 43pesos pas cher !!!
Et quand tu auras fini leur Maxi menu tu pourras marcher jusqu'au Mercado 28 pour digérer et ramener des cadeaux souvenirs pas cher !!!
Bon voyage, mais pour la nourriture, c'est dommage de faire autant de kilomètres pour bouffer de la M..... lol

P.S: dans les bouibouis mexicains qui ne ressemblent à rien surtout sur Playa j'ai mangé de la vraie bouffe locale super sympa avec boissons, 180 pesos pour 5 personnes (sans les desserts, il n'y avait plus de place dans l'estomac mdr)
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Messagede deejoh » 02 Aoû 2005, 07:45

whouuuua :) Merci à vous pour vos réponse :)

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Precio restaurantes riviera maya

Messagede DESCAZAUX » 14 Sep 2005, 13:39

alguien podria orientarme el presupuesto que se necesita para comer en playa del carmen? encontramos un avion bastante barato hotel y desayuno pagado
asiq eu me gustaria saber cuanto cuesta por persona comer en un restaurante de clase mediana yo se que hay de precios ha precios pero para darme una idea
gracias por los consejos
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s'il vient a perdre la terre
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Messagede philgibe » 14 Sep 2005, 14:24

- Plat principal + boisson + dessert + cafe sur la quinta : environ 200 pesos avec la propina
- Meme chose à la Tarraya sur la plage : 120/130 pesos
- Plat principal + boisson petit restaurant local en face du depart des collectivos : 40 pesos
Amicalement

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Messagede DESCAZAUX » 14 Sep 2005, 23:01

:merci:
por la informacion
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Bons restos à Tulum

Messagede elvira » 19 Sep 2006, 09:57

Je suis à la pêche de bons restos mexicains sur Tulum.
d'autre part, nous partons avec un enfant de 9 ans, n'est ce pas trop épicé pour elle ?
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Restautant à Playa del Carmen

Messagede marinou28 » 19 Fév 2008, 17:05

Bonjour, je pars pour Playa del Carmen dans 4 mois et e recherche un bon resto mexicain sur place à Playa même !

Toutes les infos sur des restaurants dans ce coin sont les bienvenues.

Merci d'avance

PS : pour info je vais à l'hôtel Grand Riviera Princess
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