Tulum mexico is a wonderland of incredible restaurants. Each place we ate at was unique from the next, and had it's own style of cooking. It was always interesting to read the menus, because most of the time I had no idea what any of the ingredients were because the chefs used local indigenous ingredients to make their dishes.
If you're planning a trip to Tulum, keep reading to discover the best places to eat.
To end the evening, we sipped on espresso and munched on the "Rustic Chocolate Cake." (which was to die for!)
wearing: BooHoo dress, One State heels, and Amazon Fashion bag
I am such a sucker for anything coconut. I had the pleasure of dining at The Real Coconut located at Sanara, and they serve the BEST coconut chips + guac (which, THANK GOD, are available at Whole Foods here in the states). I ordered the shrimp tacos, and I have to say that they were some of the best I've ever had. We finished off our meal with a green smoothie, and were ready for a beach siesta. Luckily we were only steps away from a cabana :)
A little background on The Real Coconut:
"Sanará’s beach restaurant The Real Coconut is dedicated to all that is conscious living and follows our foundational health & wellness philosophy that plants form the key to our vitality and that gut health and digestion are paramount to optimum well being."
I am in full agreement with the way they do things over at The Real Coconut, and I highly recommend stopping by if you're in town, even if it's just for one of their incredible frappachinos.
wearing // BooHoo dress + Zara backpack + One State shoes + Bauble Bar earrings
If you need a little pick me up, I highly recommend getting some matcha at the cutest roadside hangout, Mama Matcha. Johnny and I got the "mamacita" and the "papacita" which were both delicious! They also have açaí bowls that are out of this world!