Tulum is a hippie-inspired town located at the south end of the Riviera Maya. Sadly, Tulum is nothing like it was back in the 90’s where you could eat a smorgasbord of food for two dollars. Today, Tulum features a variety of international cuisine, some that will break your pocketbook. But, the good news is that there are plenty of local establishments still around. Tulum is evolving to an international foodie paradise, so where ever you go, go hungry. My dad and I explored Tulum with no preconceived notions. And these are my favorite little places that we stumbled upon during our stay.
Vegans and vegetarians alike will have no problem finding something to meet their demands. It is easier to be vegetarian than vegan, so if you are one of those flexible-vegans, it’s well worth it to experience the local flavor.
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