Dining at The Lodge at Chichen Itza is a unique experience. The restaurant's a la carte menu includes Mexican classics, international standbys and a selection of regional cooking - a cuisine so different from "traditional" Mexican fare, it might be from another country.
Yucatecan cooks are adept at blending herbs and spices into a range of sauces and sassy marinades. Regular menu changes keep things interesting.
The kitchen collects its fruit and herbs, and many of its vegetables straight from the garden; its no wonder the results are so delightful. Regional Yucatecan cooking is a world apart from tacos and fried beans one generally associates with Mexico. The Yucatecans take pride in being different, and so they are.