If you're a big fan of Tex-Mex cuisine, you might have an opportunity to satisfy your hunger. Though not incredibly abundant, there are a couple of locations in Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean where you can sample this kind of food.
With lots to try, from the very casual locale and ambiance of Gary’s at Casa Cenote to the restaurants whose signature dishes are worth snapping pictures of, there is something to suit each and every visitor and every mood.
Take a moment to read more about the few Tex-Mex eateries you'll run across during your vacation. For each of the options, click to read the full article about its hours, locale, and even nearby attractions.
Gary’s at Casa Cenote, part of Casa Cenote, is situated in the Riviera Maya, in Quintana Roo; 5.9 miles to the northeast of Tulum. You certainly don't want to pass up the Riviera Maya if you love Mexican food, but especially crave tacos. <p>The cuisine presented on the menu at Gary's is Mexican made simple, with fresh ingredients and authentic preparation styles really allowing each dish to pop. For those who don't want to go too far out of their comfort zones, TexMex is also available. Don't forget to try the house specialty, the Pink Margarita.</p>
Positioned near the middle of Tulum, Acabar is a logical choice for travelers thinking about spending some time seeing this town and areas nearby. If the idea of Middle Eastern food combined with Tex-Mex sounds like perfection, make it a goal to eat at this restaurant at some point during your Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean vacation. <p>You might not be sure where you are when you see the decor in Acabar, but it sure isn't Mexico. The mix of Thailand and the Middle East is sure to feel exotic.</p>
You may crave something slightly different, in which case you may enjoy the distinct yet similar flavor profiles at restaurants like the following:
|(984) 875-7100||Mexican||5.3 mi. Northeast of Central Tulum|
|Subway Tulum||--||American||0.5 mi. West-Southwest of Central Tulum|
|El Paladante||(984) 871-2233||Mexican||0.8 mi. West of Central Tulum|
|--||Mexican||0.3 mi. West-Southwest of Central Tulum|
|La Bistecca||(984) 871-2917||Mexican||Central Tulum|
|Tita Tulum||(984) 877-8513||Mexican||4.3 mi. South of Central Tulum|
|Turtle Bay Bakery & Restaurant||(984) 875-9138||American||15.9 mi. Northeast of Central Tulum|
|El Pequeno Buenos Aires||(984) 871-2708||Argentenian||Central Tulum|
|Piedra Escondida||(984) 100-1443||Mexican||2.6 mi. South-Southeast of Central Tulum|
|(984) 875-7600||American||15.8 mi. Northeast of Central Tulum|
Also, if need even more options for your long visit, consider sampling a signature item like the tacos, which is served both at La Lunita.and
Visitors often find that the best foods in Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean are the ones you decide upon spontaneously while journeying to and from your hotel. At the same time, you can't go wrong when you learn about dining in a particular region in advance. To read more information regarding the kinds of food available to you, check out this page.
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