We reserved one of the larger nests which comes at a hefty price of $700, but it was completely worth the price to check this place off my bucket list. We also had a minimum of $150 per person for food and drinks. At the end of the meal, the price for the reservation of the table was taken off the final tab, and we each spent just a bit over our minimum not including tip.
We passed around plate after plate of freshly caught seafood rolls, and I think we tried nearly everything on the menu including the deserts! It was remarkable.
Our favorite things we ate here were the Black Cod Misoyaki and the tempura rolls.
See more from our dinner above the trees in my TikTok video below!
We found that Fresco’s was a great, easy place to grab brunch. Their menu changes weekly or monthly depending on the season and the ingredients they can get, and I loved that! Everything was super fresh and delicious making it a great place to cure a hangover.
Funky Burrito Garden
This alleyway restaurant is crazy! We were the only patrons in the restaurant when we went, and the servers went all out to show us a good time. They brought us round after round of shots, hookahs, and were pulling us onto the bar to dance with them by the end of the meal. It was a dance party with dinner on the side.
The food wasn’t anything to remember, but the service and experience sure were. The food was inexpensive, the drinks kept flowing, and we all left very happy to have found this funky little place!
Pablo Escobar’s former mansion is now turned into a luxury hotel and restaurant. We had reservations to eat here one night but canceled our plans after having a bit too much to drink during the day.
I was very excited to see this gorgeous estate but wasn’t too bummed when we changed our plans. It is a bit pricey, so it helped us save money by not going!
Another place we didn’t make was Casa Jaguar. A friend said she made reservations at this restaurant months in advance during her trip to Tulum, and it was her favorite place to eat. It looked like a nice, 5-star restaurant under a beautiful, thatched roof, but we just didn’t have time to make it.
All the places we ate were spectacular. Read when and where we ate at each place and about all the things we did in between in my full “Tulum Guide” here!
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