To most people Puerto Morelos is a traffic light and gas station between Cancun and Playa del Carmen. That is too bad because if that is all you know of Puerto Morelos then you are missing out on a couple of really good restaurants and a funky little fishing/artist town that is worth the short detour. I have found the laid back atmosphere of the town a welcome retreat after a day of shopping in Cancun and often plan my day to include dinner in Pto. Morales before heading home. Or depending on the hour when I pass by, I might have lunch here before hitting the hustle and bustle of Cancun. Coming from Cancun turn left at the traffic light to find all of the restaurants.
John Grays Kitchen: after you turn off of the highway, take your first left and go down about a block or so and watch for it on your left. Not an obvious place for a restaurant, but with John Grays' reputation, people will find you no matter where you are located. John was with the Ritz Carlton before becoming half of 'Johnnie Cairos' We no longer have that great restaurant but we still have John. Relaxed atmosphere, soft jazz, and a varied menu that is always changing. Open evenings onl
El Pirata: located just north of the square. This casual street side restaurant and bar offers good Mexican fare at reasonable prices. I often have the enchiladas and a Michilada with Bohemia.
Los Pelicanos: located between the square and beach. The location is excellent with beautiful views of the water where you can watch the fishing boats coming and going.
El Mercaditio: located on the ocean north of the square. Beautiful location, historic building and delicious seafood heavy menu. El Mercadito
El Nicho: located on the south side of the square. Delicious breakfast and lunch choices at very reasonable prices. El Nicho
I Wanna Pizza: located north of the square. Feel like pizza? This is the one to try.. I Wanna a Pizza
Tanino's Wine Lounge: located next to Chimichurri restaurant. Romantic garden setting and extensive wine list.
La Panza es Primero: located south of the square on the beach. This is a fun place right on the water. Good place to bring the kids.. La Panza es Primero
El Tio: Little hole in the wall Mexican restaurant that is very popular with the locals
Chef David grew up in Hong Kong and is very
versatile. The large menu covering a broad
spectrum from Pad Thai to pizza, might make you wonder if the kitchen has
any focus but.... you will be surprised. Very casual and popular.
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