The New York Times ‘T Magazine’ has published various articles on the best Mexican tacos. Love this! Chef Rene Redzepi, owner and world class chef of Noma ( he also ran a pop up in Tulum this past summer) was showcased in a 2014 article taking a quick tour through Mexico to fulfill his love of the Mexican taco.
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Mexico is the birthplace of cocoa and no where else in the world is chocolate's sensuality celebrated more. Check out these Riviera Maya sweet spots made for chocoholics.
A tamale is a corn dough that is wrapped around roasted meat, fish, cheese or vegetables.Find out more about this classic Mexican treat and where to find them in the Riviera Maya.
With over 900 restaurants in Playa del Carmen, it is can be hard to decide where to eat. Though we don’t live in Playa del Carmen, our home base in the Riviera Maya is Akumal, we do regularly go to Playa to enjoy some favorite...
No lattes today! Today we decided to have a break with a natural popsicle, one of the best on the coast and to die for! Flor Michocan, is a natural drink (aqua frescas) and frozen treat place.
Anyone who has spent any time at all in Playa del Carmen can tell you that there are hundreds (nearly 800 to be more precise) restaurants and eateries to choose from in this eclectic city. It would be nearly impossible for any one person to try them all, especially since some in the fickle tourist zone seem to be reinvented on a yearly basis. We certainly have a lot of choices when it comes to what we are going to dine on and where we are going to do it. Playa has everything from top notch American style steak houses to sushi bars to taco carts and everything in between! It’s almost overwhelming sometimes when I try to decide what to eat! There is so much to choose from and yet, it seems there are some places I return to time after time. Inspired by my pal Tacogirl and her Top Ten Lists, I decided to break out with a Top Ten of my own: Top Ten Cheap Eats in Playa del Carmen. These are arranged in no particular order as they all seem to fit a different need in my personal feeding schedule.
Dining at The Kitchen Table in Tulum is an “inside-out” gastronomic experience. The staff slice, dice, roll, shape, flambe, boil, and sauté fresh, local ingredients in full view of the customers. An “honest” approach to cooking that allows customers to share in the experience.
Bart and Jen, owners of the Turtle Bay Cafe in Akumal, have created an artisan vodka called Cueva Vodka, utilizing local cenote water of the Riviera Maya
This past month we learned about the passing of a good friend, Chef David Sterling, local business professional and a great advocate for Mexico
The Mayan Riviera offers great food and restaurant options for vegetarians and vegans. From fresh fruits, vegetables and smoothies to wonderful restaurants in Tulum