We very much enjoyed our lunch here. The cochinita pibil tacos were very good. My regret is that I didn't order the horchata. It's more touristy than I thought it might be but a nice deal for locals. We sat with a couple (locals, he was from Serbia), a musician who owned a successful recording studio in Tulum. Just interesting folks.There were still lots of local families throughout the restaurant, so not all touristas making for an authentic feel and experience. Go early since I hear they run out of food sometimes.
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