TULUM RESTAURANT GUIDE
At Namron Hospitality, we are a collection of locally-rooted boutique hotels, and so we push for local and sustainable as much as we can. When visiting Tulum we highly recommend the following sustainably minded, locally sourced driven, and in general very delicious dining options for you and your loved ones. Great for nighttime dining
1. NÜ (@nutulum)
NÜ is part of our Namron Family and recently recognized as one of the top five restaurants in Quintana Roo by Travel + Leisure.
Alchemizing diverse ingredients from the Caribbean Sea and Mayan Jungle, NÜ creates a culinary exploration through vibrant Tulum cuisine. NÜ’s kitchen is led by Consulting Chef Benjamin Coe, a Tulum culinary icon, known for his creativity, passion for the planet, and zero waste philosophy. The team is deeply committed to sourcing the freshest ingredients while preserving sustainable methods of cooking.
2. Arca (@arcatulum)
Arcas food is micro-seasonal and is a current representation of the flora and fauna around Tulum. Open-fire cooking is integral to the menu, which is composed of small plates intended to be shared, a way of eating that is inherent in Mexican culture. They have spent several years nurturing their relationships with local purveyors whom are now like family. They cherish these relationships because it allows them to properly represent the diversity of the area.
3. Wild Tulum (@wildtulum)
Wild a perfectly romantic spot to sip on cocktails over candlelight, and delight in fire-roasted dishes. Located on the beach road, a mix of concrete architecture and Jungle create a stunning atmosphere. WILD features a farm to table international menu with a Mexican twist using fresh produce and ingredients from local producers, featuring a variety of meats, seafood, and local vegetables cooked with a wood fire oven and grill.
4. Atila (@atila_tulum)
Atila is a Yucatecan Brasserie with a menu that has taken inspiration from classic brasserie dishes, adapted to a tropical jungle climate using local, seasonal ingredients. Sauces are the backbone of the kitchen – almost every dish at Atila is meant to be finished by wiping the plate clean. The food is intended to be shared and married with natural wine.