El Tábano Tulum

Address:Carretera Tulum, Boca Paila Km.7, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Phone:+52 984 134 8725
Today:09:00 - 22:00   Show all

About El Tábano Tulum

El Tabano is enclosed in a beautiful garden at jungle area and it is a most preferred place by the locals and tourists. El Tabano offers flavors that give the feeling of homemade food that is accompanied with regional touch and the each of our chefs bring his own essence to our dishes.
Altogether El Tabano gives its visitors a combination of all traditional flavors and senses. We also allow you to join us in our kitchen and get our recipes by experiencing cooking with our staff.
We just need your smile as a cost of our recipe secrets.

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