Rosa Sur 32º

Intimate restaurant with a unique concept that blends Mexican roots and the best of the Mediterranean. A perfect fusion of flavors that exemplifies what Rosa Sur 32º represents is the homemade hummus with fresh fish and a roasted habanero chile vinaigrette. Are you hungry now? This same balanced combination of flavors can be seen in the whole menu, from the appetizers to the desserts. So now you know if you are in Centro and hungry for something truly delicious and original, this is the place.

Parque Santa Lucía
Tel. (999) 923 1558
FB: Rosa Sur 32


A totally unique concept of Yucatecan cuisine. The combination of flavors in the ingredients will provide you with an unforgettable culinary experience. Try the Cebollas Negras (black onions), where the famous regional black condiment (recado negro) is combined with Japanese tempura. It’s important to mention that it’s a restaurant of innovation, so you will constantly see different dishes on their menu.

Av. García Lavín x Calle 41 y 43
Tel. (999) 938 0838
FB: Nectar


Inside the Hyatt Regency Mérida you can find this fresh option with Latin flavors for lunch or dinner.Their menu offers an original blend of Mexican, Peruvian, Argentinean, and Spanish dishes. Would you like to try the Caldo de Piedra (stone soup)? Or some sopes (thick tortillas) with bone marrow, or maybe some oysters with baby octopus?

Hyatt Regency Mérida
Tel. (999) 942 1234
FB: Amuza Social Food


If you are looking for somewhere relaxing and casual, with delicious food and a huge variety of beers, this is your place. On their menu you will find Mexican, Argentinean, Italian, and even Greek flavors, a blend that will delight you. You will taste the flavors of ginger, chiles, avocado, and cheeses including brie, goat, and provolone. Among their most famous dishes are the some duck flautas (deep fried tortilla), Querreke Salad, Querreke Pizza and of course the amazing variety of craft beers.

Plaza City Center
Tel. (999) 913 8290
FB: Querreke

K’u’uk Restaurant

Located in an antique house on Paseo de Montejo, the setting is without a doubt one of the most unique in the city. Chef Pedro Evia presents a Mexican menu, based on Yucatecan cuisine, full of surprises, where the flavors, textures and presentation will amaze you. You will be able to have the famous “pibil” preparation but with duck, a fresh ceviche with recado negro (black condiment), or even castakán (pork belly) with onion ashes, among other things. If you want to have a little bit of everything, go for the tasting menu option. ¡Buen provecho!

Paseo de Montejo, facing Monumento a la Patria
Tel. (999) 944 3377
FB: K’u’uk Restaurant

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