Love the friendly atmosphere and they were great with a large group. The food was delicious and moderate prices!
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Mateo's seems to be designed as an American/Mexican eater which is fair enough. The food itself was bland, expensive and the waiting staff tried to upsell everything which for me isn't very Mexican. It had no charm or good vibes which I've seen all over...More
We went for lunch one day and were pleasantly surprised by how good the food was and the margaritas. Had two types of fish tacos which were some of the better ones we had while we were in Tulum.
It has reasonable pricing, good vegetarian options. Went there with my husband two days in a row! -he’s vegan- and he ended up full and happy with his meal. As for me, ordered grilled fish tacos and loved them! But beware if you’re afraid of...More
Wife and I strolled into mateos are first night in Tulum walking from our Hotel at Piedra Escondida. The restaurant is open to the outside which was perfect in early May. There was a live band performing which added to the vibe we were looking...More
Stopped in here for drinks and a snack while in Tulum. The beer was moderately priced and the Ceveche we had was wonderful.
Nice location amidst a busy street. No beach access but has parking. Incredible fish tacos as everyone else mentioned but I found the rest of the foods to be quite overpriced compared to the town, for the same stuff. Also, they take credit card but...More
We stopped in after a bike accident. Staff was incredibly attentive and professional in administering first aid (I'm Canadian certified). Delicious smoothies with quick service helped a great deal!
We had a meal away from our resort and this place was able to accommodate our large party. The fish tacos really are amazing. We also had the ceviche and a sampler platter that was delicious. I really enjoyed our dinner here and the fact...More
My husband and I recently visited Tulum for the first time and on our first night there we had dinner at Mateos since it was right across the street from our hotel....well we loved it so much we ended up going back 5 or 6...More