Tulum exceeded every one of my expectations, including my high foodie standards. From fresh avocado appetizers, to vegan entrees in a beach hammock, make sure to check out these great places to eat at in Tulum!

5 Amazing Places To Eat At In Tulum, Mexico

Raw Love

Raw Love Tulum

Raw Love Tulum

Vegan Pizza

This place is the epitome of Tulum aesthetic – it also serves up some of the best vegan food around! Located on the grounds of beautiful Ahau Tulum, here we had the most amazing acai bowl, green tea latte, and extraordinary vegan pizza. The atmosphere was absolutely perfect – I wanted to stay here for the rest of the day!

Campanella Cremerie

Campanella Creamerie Tulum Mexico

For some sweet dessert waffles and extra strong coffee, get your fill at top rated Campanella Cremerie. They also have reaaaaaalllly good gelato, so this is a must for those with a sweet tooth.

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Nomade Tulum

Nomade Tulum Mexico

This hotel is serious #TulumGoals –  with a wind chime walkway and gratitude tent on-site, it’s an Instagram hotspot and the best place to go if you’re in search of some good vibes. We sat on beautifully decorated rugs and bean bags, champagne in hand with the cool Tulum breeze blowing in. While we only got cocktails, the menu had a lot of healthy and vegetarian options. There is also another restaurant at the hotel that specializes in seafood and steak, so options for everyone are available.

Ziggy Beach Club

Ziggy Beach Club Tulum

We originally came here for the beach club – spend a certain amount on food and drinks and get to relax on the beachfront cabanas. While we arrived a little late and sat at beachside tables instead, it was a very romantic setting with candles and live music, and the food was REALLY good!

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Flow Tulum

This was the on-site restaurant for the the glamping hotel we stayed at, and it was so good that we ate multiple times during our stay. They have swing bars, fresh juices, and themed menus each day of the week such as Thai Night and Curry Night. The basic breakfast also was some of the best eggs and toast we’ve ever had!

What’s your favorite restaurant in Tulum?



  1. The adventurer

    July 7, 2017

    Yum! I think I could eat my way through Tulum! Thanks for sharing!!


  2. Kenneth Smith

    April 17, 2019

    I miss the food in Mexico. I can’t wait to get back to Tulum and have more of it.