The service here was only soso. The food, while plenty, was not so good, the decor was cheap and uninteresting.
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We visited after seeing the good reviews on trip advisor. We chose a few beers from the 15+ on the menu and were informed they only had 2 beer options. We ordered our food and worryingly heard the microwave turning on and off a lot....More
Authentic and very high quality restaurant in Merida. Friendly service, not. too touristic and reasonably priced. Habanero serves mostly traditional Yacatan dishes. The Yucatas Especial platter is great, and the fresh made quacamole is definately the best we have had so far in Mexico!
We've had dinner here on previous trips to Mérida and always enjoyed it. See our earlier review. On this occasion, Tawie ordered the Fajita de Pollo but was soon told they had no chicken. She went with the Fajita de Res which was flavorful but...More
TA listed them moderately high with a lot of favorable reviews so we gave it a shot. Interesting layout with open view of the busy kitchen. Waiter was prompt and efficient. Food left a little to be desired, acceptable but not outstanding. In Mexico you...More
We were walking through downtown Merida when we came across this place. We hadn't had lunch yet and it was almost 4pm. Kids (10 & 8) and the 2 adults were starving. Looked up Tripadvisor as we passed each restaurant and this had good reviews....More
We decided to eat at this restaurant after waiting for another restaurant that was packed. We are glad we did. The food was delicious and the margaritas were poured with a heavy hand. Prices were good, around $20 for two with 2 plates and 2...More
We had dinner here twice on our recent trip to Playa del Carmen. The happy hour is a good deal with 2x1 beers and margaritas (along with some other cocktails). Try the tamarindo margs! Food-wise, the Pollo Afrodite, their signature dish, is incredible, but an...More
First they brought out tortilla chips but they were very stale, incredibly greasy and had no flavor...then I ordered panuchos de cochinita, and the tortillas they served them on were also incredibly stale and just covered in grease, again with no flavor but grease! Just...More