Looking for a quick bite to eat in Puerto Morelos? Stop by and check out the new restaurant on the block! Maiz, Maiz has relocated to Rojo Gomez, the main street in the quaint beach town along the Riviera Maya. The cheerful waiter, Hector, welcomed me one sunny afternoon as I was strolling down the street. I hadn’t really planned to stop for lunch but, hey, food and drink are always on the top of my “to-do” list!
Need a cook while vacationing in Puerto Morelos? Look no further! Doña Sonia and Chef Marco Molinar have been pleasing even the most sophisticated Puerto Morelos palates for several years. This dynamic duo offers catering, in-house chef services, cooking classes and even provisioning for your vacation rental.
Think you’ve eaten a huge burger? Well, think again! Come on down to Puerto Morelos and try The Burger Underground!
Hubby and I were in Puerto Morelos last week, and on Super Bowl Sunday we decided to hang around the house and watch the big game. We’d heard all the rants and raves about The Burger Underground, so we decided to give it a try. Hey, who doesn’t like a great burger and fries?
Want a yummy breakfast while vacationing in Puerto Morelos? Look no further than El Nicho on the south side of the town square. This quaint restaurant, a popular spot for breakfast/brunch, opens up for the early birds each morning at 7:30.
“No one is born a great cook, one learns by doing.” That particular quote from Julia Child may have been written specifically for John Gray! Gray has certainly made his rounds, as chef extraordinaire, around the United States, Mexico, and Panama, but his original restaurant, John Gray’s Kitchen in Puerto Morelos, is where all of his culinary delights got their start. If you are familiar with the quaint beach town, you know that most food in the village is typical of a small Mexican town. But, John Gray’s Kitchen breaks that mold! Located on Ninos Heroes near the town square, this upscale restaurant is exceptional for this sleepy little fishing village.
Just south of the Puerto Morelos town square on Rojo Gomez, you’ll find a culinary delight, the Uruguay-inspired Al Chimichurri. Its quaint, casual atmosphere – coupled with the outstanding cuisine – makes it one of Puerto Morelos’ most popular restaurants. Find a table inside or sit along the street and appreciate the small town atmosphere of Puerto Morelos. Watch the children playing in the park, shop owners encouraging travelers to visit, and the bread truck making its evening rounds. Enjoy a cold beer as you are mesmerized by the gorgeous sunset over the mangroves. It will take you a few minutes to make your dinner selection, as everything on the menu looks like the perfect choice!
For such a quaint little Mexican village, Puerto Morelos has some fantastic restaurants! Roaming the streets each night trying to decide on the perfect place to eat can be an overwhelming experience. Does seafood sound good? Anyone craving B-B-Q ribs? How about a steak and baked potato? Lasagna? Pizza? Burger and fries? Well, you get the picture…what to eat in Puerto Morelos is a tough decision!
Ever wanted to just get out there and try something different for dinner? Well, unfortunately, hubby is not so adventurous! So, when my friends are in Puerto Morelos vacationing with me, it’s time to step out of the box and go for the unusual!
DK Puerto Morelos is just the place. Just a short block of the main Puerto Morelos square, DK is a container car with a quirky local flair.
My friend, Sue, and I decided to get in some power walking this morning in Puerto Morelos. After about an hour walking the loop around the neighborhood, we were sweaty, tired, and hungry! We decided to try Cerquita del Cielo on Ninos Heroes. Having walked by it many times, today was the perfect day to say, “Let’s do it!”