Where to Eat in Mérida

In addition to having a rich and vast Yucatan cuisine, Merida’s restaurants give you the option to choose from world gastronomy, besides the traditional cochinita pibil, tamales, seafood and papadzules, you can choose among Italian, Spanish, French and Cuban fare. There is also the so called “spiritual food” for those whose spirit is hungry for a good dish of fresh ingredients from Yucatan and a little imagination. CANDILEJAS Located inside Hotel Paseo de Montejo, this restaurant offers a delicious menu of French, Italian and National dishes. Calle 56 A No. 482 x 39 Y 41, Paseo de Montejo Phone (999) 928-03-88 CUBANÍSSIMO Cuban cuisine. Av. Correa Rachó No. 380 x 9 y 11 Col. Díaz Ordaz Phone (999) 943 15 59 EL TEMPLO This self-proclaimed “spiritual food” will take you to heaven with a mix of fresh ingredients from the Yucatan market. Calle 59 No. 438 x 50 y 52 Mejorada, Centro Phone (999) 930 93 03 LA LEYENDA This Spanish restaurant doesn’t close until the last customer has left. Prolongación Montejo No. 248 x 1-D y 36 Campestre Phone (999) 944 47 47 MESÓND EL SEGOVIANO Spanish cuisine. Calle 50 A No. 433 x 59, Parque de Mejorada Phone (999) 924 00 55 SIQUEFF International cuisine. Calle 60 # 350 x 35 y 37 Cp. 97000 Phone (999) 925 5027

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