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 Restaurants In and Around Merida

 

 

 

 

Whatever your taste buds are craving, the restaurants in Merida Mexico will satisfy your every need. From the classy 5 star dining experience, fast food, to tasty tacos from a street vendor, Merida has it all. Below are listed some of the favorite eating establishments TravelMerida.com recommends.  

 


Calle 33 No. 505 B, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico‎ - 01 999 920 1126
Category: Restaurants

64 482, Centro, Mérida, Yuc, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 6336
Category: Restaurants

Calle 59 no. 507 interior 6, Merida, YUC, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 2451
Category: Restaurant

501 Calle 57, Mérida, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 6163
Category: Restaurants

Calle 61 no. 526, Merida, YUC, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 2311
Category: Restaurants

50-A 493, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 5459
Category: Restaurants

60 350, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 925 5027
Category: Restaurants

70 478, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 5591
Category: Restaurants

50 481, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 988 0800
Category: Restaurants

55 496, Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yuc, Mexico‎ - 01 999 923 1592
Category: Restaurants

 

 

62 500, Centro, Mérida, Yuc, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 1497
Category: Restaurants

21 102, Itzimna, 97100 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 938 2150
Category: Restaurants

Calle 22 No. 387, Xoclan, 97246 Mérida, Yucat n, Mexico‎ - 01 999 925 6044
Category: Restaurants

30 87, México, 97125 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 944 3999
Category: Restaurants

57 481, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 4780
Category: Restaurants

Paseo de Montejo # 497 x 47. Centro., 97000 Merida, YUC, Mexico‎ - 01 999 923 8196
Category: Restaurants

1 412, Mérida, Yuc, Mexico‎ - 01 999 938 0838
Category: Restaurants

Paseo de Montejo, Calle 56-A 462, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 927 3265
Category: Restaurants

57 491, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 0093
Category: Restaurants

34, Prolongación Paseo de Montejo 355, Campestre, 97120 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 944 1733
Category: Restaurants

 

Mexican Cuisine is known for its intense and varied flavors, colorful decoration, and the variety of spices that it has. Mexican gastronomy, in terms of diversity of appealing tastes and textures, is one of the richest in the world, rich in proteins, vitamins, and minerals, though some people unaccustomed to eating it characterize it as greasy and excessively spicy.

When Spanish conquistadores arrived in the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan (on the ruins of which Mexico City was built), they found that the local people's diet consisted of corn-based dishes with herbs, usually complemented with beans. Later on, the conquistadors added to the indigenous foods of pre-Columbian Mexico (including chocolate, maize, the tomato, and vanilla) the rice, beef, and wine that they brought with them from Spain. The totopo (a deep-fried chip of corn tortilla) may have been created as part of this cuisine.

Most of today's Mexican cuisine is based on Native American traditions, including the Aztecs and Maya, combined with culinary trends introduced by Spanish colonists. Quesadillas, for example, are a flour or corn tortilla with cheese (often a Mexican-style soft farmer's cheese such as Queso Fresco), beef, chicken, pork, etc. The indigenous part of this and many other traditional foods is the chile pepper. Foods like these tend to be very colorful because of the rich variety of vegetables (among them red peppers, green peppers, chiles, broccoli, cauliflower, and radishes) and meats in Mexican food.

Mexican food varies by region, because of local climate and geography and ethnic differences among the indigenous inhabitants and because these different populations were influenced by the Spaniards in varying degrees. The north of Mexico is known for its beef production and meat dishes; southeastern Mexico, on the other hand, is known for its spicy vegetable and chicken-based dishes. Veracruz-style is a common method of preparing seafood.

There are also more exotic dishes, cooked in the Aztec or Maya style, with ingredients ranging from iguana to rattlesnake, deer, spider monkey, and even some kinds of insects. This is usually known as comida prehispanica (or prehispanic food), and although not very common, is relatively well known.

 

 

 

 

50 482, Gonzalo Guerrero, 97118 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 948 3333
Category: Restaurants

60 497, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 1928
Category: Restaurants

50 Diag.,prolongación Paseo de Montejo 469, Gonzalo Guerrero, 97118 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 944 8828
Category: Restaurants

24 495, Itzimna, 97100 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 927 2126
Category: Restaurants

59 506, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 928 1615
Category: Restaurants

67 423 G, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 929 8277
Category: Restaurants

50 301, Francisco de Montejo, 97203 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 195 0010
Category: Restaurants

27 303, El Rosario de Chuburna, 97200 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 920 2111
Category: Restaurants

57 514, Centro, 97000 Yucatán, Mexico‎ - 01 999 924 9899
Category: Restaurants

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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