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The Menus

There are more menus to check out, right at the "More Menus" button page; including the Holiday Menu, Cooking Classes, a Mezcal Tasting, Vegetarian menu, etc.


Please click at "More Menus" button, right at the main top-bar and look for more information that accommodates your occasion.

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The Chef Menu is great for a sit down dinner, some of the recipes can be served family style, and some are served individually, is important no to order to much food, one or two appetizers, maybe a salad or soup and one main course. If you have a large party and want to try different dishes or want to offer more options look at the Mexican Fiesta menu. 


The Mexican Fiesta menu works great for large parties, or small groups that want to try different dishes to share. The food is served family style on large platters to serve your self.

Chef Suggestions

Here are some of the main dishes from the chef menu page, not all of the dishes from the Chef Menu are in this page, if you want to take a look at the whole page please click here "Chef Menu"

Fish and Seafood


Fish and seafood dishes are always popular, specially visiting the Mexican Caribbean, some of these dishes can be served as appetizers, fish fillets and lobster dishes are always a main course dish. 


Ceviche de Pescado
Local white fish marinated with lime juice and mixed with fresh salsa with a touch of cucumbers and fresh hot chili peppers.


Coctel de Camarones
Shrimp cocktail with a mix of fresh chopped tomatoes, diced red onions, cilantro, avocado, chipotle peppers, and a fresh touch of cucumbers.


Camarones al Chipotle

Sautéed large shrimp to the garlic sauce, served on a delicious roasted tomato sauce with chipotle peppers, rice and corn tortillas.


Filete de Pescado

Sautéed local fish fillet, served with Spanish rice, Chipotle dip, Pico de Gallo, sautéed green vegetables and fresh corn tortillas.  


Chilpachole de  Jaiba y Camaron
Traditional sea food thick soup or stew, made with Caribbean blue crab & shrimp, spiced up with smoky Ancho peppers, garlic, onion & Mexican herbs. 

Langosta "al burro"

Caribbean lobster to the garlic and butter sauce, served with a tasty Tamarind sauce, rice and grilled veggies.

Notice that not all the fish and seafood are available all year long.

Fishing season

(Sea Bass season from Nov to June)

(Grouper Season from April to Jan)

(Mahi-Mahi on season from April to Sept)

(Lobster season from Oct to March)

(Blue Crab season from Oct to April)

Breakfast & Brunch

Healthy & tasty!

All breakfast and brunch comes with fresh orange juice, fruit, toasted granola & Greek yogurt.

Jugo fresco de naranja

Fresh orange Juice

Fruta de la estacion - Seasonal fruit


Yogurt Griego con Granola Tostada
Toasted Granola with Greek Yogurt

I have great options for breakfast and brunch, from huevos Rancheros, Motuleños, breakfast burritos, French toast, to Chilaquiles, enchiladas and breakfast Cochinita Pibil tacos, For more information, please click here Breakfast and Brunch.

"Los Tacos" 

The most popular dish in Mexico!

Tacos are an important part of Mexican culinary culture.

All served family style, for you to make your own tacos.

Our preference is to use local ingredients and freshly made white corn tortilla.


Tacos a la parrilla

Mexican grilled tacos with grilled chicken breast, local made chorizo (a Mexican style pork sausage), your choice of sirloin steak or fillet Mignon, home-fried potatoes with caramelized onions, sauté mushrooms with Mexican herbs, cactus-pico de gallo, and hot salsa.


Filet Mignon Tacos

Grilled, juicy and tender fillet Mignon tacos, served with sauté green and red peppers, pearl onions, pico de gallo and hot salsa. 


Cochinita Pibil Tacos

 Most popular recipe of the Yucatan Peninsula, a pork roast marinated in a tropical sauce with bitter orange juice, annatto seeds & spices. Served with black beans, pickled red onions, and habanero-hot salsa


Sea Food Tacos

A mix of our recipes of the local fish fillet and the shrimp in chipotle sauce to make a great combo for sea food tacos.  

Our Pitchers

All our pitchers are made with premium liquors; our Tequila and Mezcal are 100% Agave plant and we use fresh squeezed lime and orange juices and organic mint for our cocktails.

Pitchers of Margaritas and Mojitos have a cost of $40.00 US each with five drinks approximately.

Pitchers with Mezcal or Quetzali are $50.00 US each.

Non alcoholic pitchers.

Pina Colada and Organic Hibiscus Juice are $20.00 US.


Breakfast and brunch drinks, always a good start!

Mimosas .......... $45.00 US
One bottle of Sparkling wine with fresh orange juice.


Bloody Mary ............ $40.00 US
One pitcher of vodka with tomato juice, lime juice and spices.


Bloody Caesar .............$40.00 US
One pitcher of Canada's favorite drink with vodka, clamato juice, lime juice and spices.



Chilaquiles is probably the most popular and traditional dish made for breakfast and brunch in Mexico. The most popular recipe for chilaquiles is made with sun-dried  tortillas torn into pieces and lightly fried in cooking oil or lard, topped with a spicy tomato sauce, diced onions, cheese and sour cream.


Chilaquiles are normally prepared at home on the weekends, but available for breakfast and brunch in restaurants in Mexico all week long.   


Cochinita Pibil

Cochinita Pibil is the most popular dish served in the morning in the Yucatan peninsula, Cochinita Pibil is eaten with corn tortillas as tacos or with Mexican rolls as tortas. The Cochinita is a pork roast marinated with achiote seeds, spices and orange juice, and is served with pickled onions and habanero salsa.


Cochinita Pibil in the Yucatan peninsula is normally  prepared only on Sundays, but can be found at street carts all week long.

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