This is the place where you can find the authentic Mayan food! The place is great and the service is awesome! It's a must if you come to visits uxmal !
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This is a little local place running a restaurant and bed and breakfast not far from Uxmal. This is not a luxury place, with it's thatched roof, concrete floor, and basic wooden tables. But don't worry, it is clean. This is authentic Mayan cooking. We...More
I've had numerous lunches and dinners at Chac-Mool over several years, and can honestly say that the food has always been tasty and very pleasing. Ambiance is seriously lacking at Chac-Mool, so don't expect a lovely place for a candlelit romantic evening. And service, while...More
Amazing experience with my family. The food was very authentic cultural, a little bit of Mayan souvenirs, great staff very friendly. Clean bathrooms free Internet service provided and works very well. In overall my family and I highly recommend this resturant
I visited Restaurant Chac-Mool for lunch on November 23rd with a friend, after touring the Uxmal Ruins and on my way to the Kabah Ruins. This local restaurant was located along Highway 261 (left hand side if coming from the Uxmal), between Uxmal and Kabah...More
We had a great day in Uxmal and were looking for a place to get some food. We wanted to get away from the touristy crowds near the ruins. Chac-Mool was recommended by one of the locals working at the Choco-Story so we decided to...More
Probably the best food I have had in Yucatan in a small cosy, family-driven restaurant in a small (and hardly significant) Santa Elena! The guacamole itself, made from local (yellow) avocados, thick and itself is worth a trip from Cancun! Cochinita Pibil - marvellous. Highly...More
We were fortunate to be the only customers in this small eatery on the road past Santa Elena. The women greeted us warmly and invited us to tour their home as they made our tortillas over a wood fired stove. Our paunches were excellent.
This is worth the visit just to see the woodcarvings by the husband , who works at nearby Mayan ruins. Nice large building with a traditional thatched roof , carved posts and cooking on a traditional wood fired oven outside under a roof , at...More