In Spanish, taco places are generally referred to as taquerías or taco stands.
Popular taco varieties include pulled pork, al pastor (marinated pork), de asador (grilled steak), and pescado (grilled or fried fish).
Restaurant taco stands are generally safe to eat at, and you don’t really have to worry. However, if you are trying a taco stand in the street, look for signs of good hygiene like cleanliness, freshly made dishes, or staff
Yes,you can find vegan or vegetarian tacos in Tulum, as many places offer vegan and vegetarian taco options, like tacos filled with mushrooms, rice, or vegan cheese.
While some taco stands in Tulum may accept credit cards, especially the biggest restaurants, many smaller taco stands are cash-only. We always try to carry some pesos on hand.
The price of a taco in Tulum is around 100 MXN pesos per meal, in some of the best restaurants in the city. However, if you buy a taco in the street, you can get it cheaper!
Tulum and Quintana Roo region are known for having the best tacos in Mexico! People from all around the world come to Tulum just to try their tacos! There are many places in the city that serve up traditional Mexican
Usually, tacos are made with a tortilla filled with pork, chicken, or beef, but also you can find tacos filled with veggies only, fish only and countless other delicious fillings!