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The food is very affordable and absolutely delicious! From a crepe in the morning with a yummy cappuccino to an amazing dinner option, le Bistro never disappoints!
The ideal place to enjoy a romantic or family dinner, they have one of the most beautiful gardens in Tulum, live music and traditional french bakery
This is a locally owned French restaurant and it is wonderful. It is open all day and into the evening serving crepes, eggs, breads and wonderful delicacies that can only be made by the French.
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“This bar and restaurant on the main avenue of Tulum is a favorite for locals and tourists. The open wall windows create and open and flowing energy, as well as keeping the dance floor cool while party goers dance the night away to some of Tulum´s best bands and DJs. Great drinks and atmosphere for those looking for some night life.”
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“A fun atmosphere, family owned and operated and popular with locations in Playa del Carmen and Cancun, and now Tulum, Los Aguachiles offers wonderful service with a smile. Almost next door to Camellos, on the south end of town. Get the best Michelada in town. What’s in a Michelada? Worchester sauce, spice, chiles, lime juice on the rocks with a salted rim to which you combine your favorite Mexican beer...of course! Healthiest tacos in town, try their “Figurina” which is a lettuce wrap with your choice of ceviche, smoked tuna and many other yummy options. Great entree options with an incredible “whole fish of the day” platter. ”
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“The Mayan Ruins of Tulum, is small but exquisitely poised on the fifteen-meter-high cliffs above the azure waters of the Caribbean Sea. Tulum has one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Tulum's greatest attraction is its location. It stands on a bluff facing the rising sun looking out on views of the Caribbean that are nothing less than spectacular. In Maya, Tulum means "Wall", and the city was christened thus because it is a walled city; one of the very few the ancients ever built. Research suggests it was formerly called Zama or "to dawn" in its day, which is appropriate given the location.”
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