Restaurants in Tulum are as varied as you can possibly imagine. Up and down the beach road and throughout town you will find countless places to satisfy the most discerning of palates. From tasty sandwiches, tacos and pastas to elaborate fish and meat dishes and paellas to fit every budget-

Photo courtesy of El Pez Tulum

The food on the beach road does tend to be more expensive then the restaurants in Tulum pueblo but that is to be expected.

The restaurant in Tulum town also run the gamut of options. Ranging from casual sidewalk cafes, more elegant dinner spots and take away tacos and tortas. Visitors to the restaurants of Tulum pueblo will find any sort of food fare they desire, made from wonderful local ingredients.

Many restaurant have outdoor seating or are housed in open palapas. The beautiful breeze flows through town carrying with it all of the wonderful smells of the food around town. Check our lists of Bars and Taco Carts & Cheap Eats! For information on where to eat and drink in Tulum.

Local street food is among the favorites in the area- HERE you can find a detailed description of popular Yucatecan favorites with photos to get your taste buds excited.

In addition to the incredible food, tropical drinks and cold Mexican beers are another favorite of Tulum visitors and locals. National cocktails, such as margaritas, mojitos, daiquiris and coladas-just to name a few-can be found at every location- often times with inciting happy hour specials. Tulum’s mixologists are famous for creating new and exotic combinations using ingredients like mango- coconut- ginger and passion fruit.

Tequila- Rum & Mezcal are always the favorites and can be found in countless libations. Follow THIS LINK for a description and photos of many of these popular drinks.

An ice cold beer has always been a staple in Tulum and Mexico in general. However, over the past few years the craft beer craze has swept through the area and now many local microbreweries can be found throughout the Mexican Caribbean. Many of these proudly named after local towns.