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Where to eat

Five places in Merida to eat as a local

There are places in every city in the world where you can find the authentic flavor of local food, true gastronomic gems that few visitors know but that keep the whole culinary tradition; Here we reveal some of these secret corners of Yucatecan cuisine that you can not miss to be able to say that […]

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Five pizzas to follow

Raffaello´s Prepared as it should be, served in a place full of personality and with a romantic atmosphere, Raffaellos is ideal to visit with that special person; If you are just the same you can go, after that the love for pizza is also love and you will fall in love with its flavor … […]

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Kuuk … a sprout of flavor and culinary innovation

  “… Everything was perfect service, very friendly and smiling all the staff, the best mojito I’ve tasted, we ordered the tasting menu and it was incredible”: TripAdvisor This time let us tell you about one of the most famous restaurants in Merida wich is also among the best in the country … a restaurant […]

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La Tradición …A restaurant that honors its name

  “Wow, what service and all delicious ….. We had the best treatment from the staff and the food really enough servings, I have no doubt that this will be the favorite restauranyt of many” TripAdvisor This restaurant really honors its name … Three generations guarantee the famous restaurant “la Tradición” (The Tradition) one of […]

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Yucatecan cuisine, the mirror of another Mexico

By Lalo Plascencia Without renouncing coexistence with the rest of the country, the Yucatecan never miss an opportunity to remind the world the heavenly natural scenery in which they are located, the intense linguistic contrast to the inhabitants of other entities and the undeniable difference in their fundamental flavors they give to their own kitchen, can be […]

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Xtabentún, an ancient Mayan beverage, born of legend

A seductive drink, as the legend that gives rise, Xtabentún is an ancient Mayan liqueur, very traditional and appreciated in the Yucatan Peninsula; It is made from fermented honey, work product of bees that pollinate the flower of the same name.   Una foto publicada por Mark Tubridy (@the_mt_glass) el 18 de Oct de 2015 […]

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