Run by the vibrant Big Mama herself, this small restaurant is centrally located right on the beach and is a great spot for families to spend their time, eating great food, drinking, and renting equipment for use on the beach.
Caribbean dishes, seafood, and vegetarian offerings are the main staples on the menu. A favorite is the Grilled Sea Big Mama, which is a dish that can be shared between four people and includes lobster, shrimp, octopus, and fillet fish.
Big Mama is a bar and grill that offers Mexican and vegetarian cuisines, as well as seafood. When it comes to the level of formaility, the setting here is very casual.
Set in a thatch-roofed shack on the beach, Big Mama is a great place to go and have a great time while you eat and drink.
Big Mama is located in the eastern portion of Costa Maya, a village in Quintana Roo; it's 33.0 miles to the north of Xcalak.
With a group of attractions within reach of the restaurant, allowing vacationers to have a new experience every day. The nearest points of interest from this particular dining option includeand , both of which are only a quick ride away.
Another important factor to consider: Big Mama is located directly on Maya Chan Beach.
For guests seeking out another restaurant in the region that has some similar types of food and/or a similar price range, there are several nearby options to choose between, including La Pasada. You'll find it within traveling distance of the Big Mama.
Then of course, if you're in the mood for something a little different, this region of Mexico features an excellent list of restaurants, which serve all kinds of cuisine styles and menu items. For example, you can also try Caribbean food at Oxtankah, which isn't very far away.
Big Mama accepts Master Card and Visa. Come early and come hungry (or thirsty!). Big Mama's is open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. every day of the week.
Location: Calle Huachinango, Costa Maya, Mexico
Phone: (983) 120-2205
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