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November 6, 2004
Open for breakfast (separate menu), lunch, and dinner. Shakes are a must-have on the menu. There's also a variety of blended fruit juices, vegetable juices, and milk. Soy milk rightly recommended vs. cows milk. Shakes are 25-28 pesos ($2-3). Healthiest pancakes I've ever had -- they tasted like bran muffins and were fantastic. Breakfast is approximately 60-80 pesos ($6-8) per person. Lunch and dinner is approximately 80-130 pesos ($8-13).
Located right across the street from Fiesta Americana. Approximately 15 minutes' walking distance north of the party strip with Coco Bongos, towards Plaza Caracol.
Note: Bill includes a 10%-off coupon at the bottom.
From journal Ladies Week in Cancun Pt. II
November 11, 2002
The atmosphere is incredible. The restaurant is built around huge trees, no ceiling, and all is lit with small lights. You feel like you are eating in a jungle. The service is friendly and the menu is extensive. Many types of fruit drinks, veggie burgers, typical Mexican food, yet vegetarian, and salads galore! You can get any combination of smoothies and fruit drinks.My favorite was the Oasis. The veggie burgers included about 10 different choices of toppings- mushrooms, cheese, peppers, onions, etc. Caesar salad is made with a yogurt dressing- no anchovies. We Portions are huge- we always overordered. Many different types of burritos and sandwiches and pastas. We ate here almost every night when we stayed at Playa del Carmen. Very inexpensive prices. Waiters were super friendly, service was a little slow so don't go in super hungry.
From journal Summertime at the Mayan Palace
by Cosmic Gryl
July 12, 2001
From journal Cancun without the American Feel
San Diego, California
December 14, 2004
From journal Pleasure Trip
February 11, 2004
From journal Mexico, November 2003
April 28, 2003
From journal XPU-HA PARADAISE