Don’t feel guilty about ignoring your dinner date to ogle the massive cuts of beef charring over white hot logs on the Argentinian-style grill. There’ll be plenty of time for chit chat later, when you’re sipping an agave nightcap on the jungle-vibey outdoor patio. For now, though, this is meat as theater, and owner Daniel Navazzotti’s flame-fueled cooking mechanism is the stage. Marvel at how the fat on the rib-eye sizzles and pops, and how the skin of the house-made chorizo starts to blister and split before it’s slathered in chimichurri and sandwiched between fresh-baked focaccia. Casa Banana is attached to the Nueva Vida de Ramira hotel and all guests are treated to a complimentary breakfast. What better way to start your day in Tulum than with huevos rancheros washed down with a shot of mezcal?
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
7:30am - 10:30pm
* May vary and subject to change