If you can’t get to Germany to try the excellent food and beer, visit La Bierhaus in Mérida instead. The furnishings, the uniforms, the décor, and ambience will immediately take you to “Deutschland”…not to mention the food and the beer! The ambience is very similar to a local German tavern, and the selection of German beer is impressive. There are also German white and red wines to choose from. Make sure you are good and hungry when you go! The specialty of the house, “Chamorro”, is very popular. This dish consists of a piece of slowly baked pork leg, crispy on the outside and meat falling off the bone. There is also a variety of authentic German sausages. To end your meal on a sweet note, try the apple strudel or German chocolate cake. Prost!
1 pm – 2 am
Calle 23 No. 93 x 18 y 20, Col. México
Tel. (999) 286 8022
12 pm – 1 am
Calle 62 x 57 y 59, Centro
Tel. (999) 928 0333
FB: La Bierhaus
In this typical French bistro, both traditional and modern, you can enjoy 100% homemade food. Enjoy the typical dishes like French onion soup topped with cheese, rack of lamb, Maxim’s style lobster bisque, pate de foie gras, cheese and meat platters, duck confit, carpaccios, homemade pizzas, and of course a delicious crème brûlée! You can accompany your lunch or dinner with one of the affordably priced wines. And now you can also have breakfast at Le Bistrot! There is an extensive menu, including fruits, Quiche Lorraine, Croque Monsieur, crepes, Eggs Benedict, omelettes, and pastries. Have a mimosa with your meal; an excellent way to start your day!
Tuesday to Sunday 8 am – 12 am
Prolongación Paseo de Montejo x 17 y 19 (beside Librería Dante)
Tel. (999) 944 1808
FB: Le Bistrot Merida
In this Spanish restaurant, they celebrate “art and life, through traditional and exquisite Spanish food.” The tapas concept (from the sea, land, or sweet) allows you to share your meal with a group of friends, and you can accompany your meal with a delicious house cocktail or a Spanish wine. Try the “salmorejo”: a cold cream soup from Córdoba; it is made from crushed breadcrumbs which also contains garlic, olive oil, tomatoes, and spices. It is often served with other food toppings. There is also Pulpo (octopus) a la Gallega, Pollo (chicken) Rioja, and Salmón Olé; or consider the Chorizo Infierno (Spanish chorizo flamed in red wine). You can also find the traditional taste of saffron in a paella, or a variety of fresh, original salads. A little corner of Spain in Yucatán!
Tuesday and Wednesday 2 pm – 10 pm
Thursday to Saturday 2 pm – 12 am
Sunday 2 pm – 6 pm
Av. Andrés García Lavín #316 x 41 y 43, Col. San Antonio Cucul, Plaza Bon Amí
Tel. (999) 406 0865
FB: Ole Restauranteria
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