Nice building but becomes kitschy with the waiters in monk robes. Geared to tourists but with the same menu selection at a higher price. Downstairs bar area is nice though
We were recommended to visit this restaurant by another traveller who had eaten here the previous night and we thought it would be something a bit special to do. This is an old monastery so it maintains some very nice features within the décor. We sat upstairs which is partially open air but not cold. Downstairs is a very pretty... More
We enjoyed the ambiance and the pasta dishes. We stayed three nights in Merida and this restaurant was our favorite. We are vegetarians and found good options for ourselves here.
The decor is based on someone's idea of a monastery. The waiter is dressed in a uniform that comines monk, knight templar, and Crusader Rabbit. The food is mediocre. When you get stale bread, mayonnaise in you caesar salad, and a weak drink, you know the place needs a new chef. Inferior in comparison to good restaurants in the area.... More
Nice place, nice food. City view from the open terrace. The rest is decorated like an old abbey
The downstairs bar (don't hestitate do go down the steep staircase!) of the La Abadia Restaurant in Merida convinces with nice ambiente including music, bar food and drinks, the cocktails are really good value for money. Mind you they don't know their Caipirinhas, the drink I got had fruit juice in it, so nowhere near a Caipirinha, but the Margaritas... More
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