Where to Eat in Chichén Itzá

The hotels around the archeological zone, as well as those located in the nearest town, called Pisté, offer excellent options for tasting Yucatan and southeast Mexican traditional cuisine. Don’t miss the chance to eat in the famous Chichen Itza restaurant; you will be fascinated by its traditional Mayan cuisine. . RESTAURANTE CHICHEN ITZÁ Delicious Mayan dishes are prepared by Mayan chefs...a unique experience. EL VITRAL Exquisite Mexican and Yucatán cuisine. CILANTRO Y PEREJIL Mexican restaurant. Calle 15 #45 en Pisté, Yucatán.

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