Get there to see different dances from the communities, food is average but the restaurant is well kept.
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If you are looking for authentic chiapaneca food this is the place to visit. They have created a beverage called pumpo with vodka and pineapple juice that is refreshing and sweet. Servers are polite but unfortunately very very slow and check took around 30 minutes...More
We arrived in the evening and headed into town from the airport. While looking for our hotel we decided to stop for dinner at the next restaurant we saw. Turned out to be a huge surprise - we stopped by chance at Las Pichanchas. Great...More
The restaurant is not big but it has a nice show. You cannot miss the late entertainment if this is your first time in Mexico. The show is Mexican folklore with live music, marimbas. The show is a little bit too long. The restaurant has...More
It is a different restaurant. The food is very good, not excellent, but very good. Is a must go because you have a Chiapas cultural package waiting for you. Sure it is a very good experience.
A classic and traditional must stop place for late dinner in Tuxtla Gutierrez, to enjoy the Chiapas traditional environment and food restaurant with good service and after 9 PM to live the Marimba and Dance show. Do not miss the opportunity to ask the drink...More
We ate there after reading all the good reviews and we left kinda disappointed. This place is sure a lot of fun. It's really busy with live music and the waiters are excellent, welcoming and friendly. We sat down at our table excited about the...More
This place is amazing, from the food to the service, and the music, this place has it all, you will enjoy every second in this place guaranteed! Don´t leave without ordering their PUMPO
What a fun evening to spend eating well and drinking "Pumpo", a refreshing low alcohol drink. Order one and it will be announced to whole restaurant to bells ringing and waiters chorussing "Pumpo". You don't want to miss this place if you are in Tuxtla...More
We had to try it! It's number 1 on the restaurant list, but this must be catered to American tourists. We've travelled all through Mexico -- so have tried some really authentic food and this pales in comparison. It wasn't terrible food, just nothing fancy....More