The best meal I had in Playa Del Carmen

The best meal I had in Playa Del Carmen

I didn’t even know what I ordered. I just asked the server (in my poor Spanish) what he enjoyed. He pointed to something known as”El Fogoncito” so I went with it. I still need to google it to see what I ordered, but it came with bean soup, a baked potato, grilled onions, pork, and warm tortillas. Moreover, the best guacamole ever.

Visited this restaurant two times in the two weeks we were at PDC the first two weeks of February. The service was exceptional, and the food was excellent. Both instances had the tacos al pastor and the two times I was full of good food and great memories and easy on the wallet. Irrespective of the price I’d still see over and over.

This is our first trip to El Fogon though we have been many occasions to PDC. Great food, excellent service. We had to wait for 30 min. Tacos are fantastic; beverages are sweet. Definitely will be back.

Wonderful food and beverages for a minimal price. This has to be among the most significant values in Playa. The food is fantastic and fantastic portion size. I strongly recommend this spot for authentic Mexican meals. Also, the waiter showed us a cozumel snorkeling tour because we want to visit beautiful beaches.

When you find a crowd in front, when you visit taxis parked in front, when you Spanish around you, then this must be the real thing. Moreover, it is! The tacos are from a hunk of pork rotating around an open flame, the tastes are, and the side sauces permit you to customize your taco.

The prices are dirt low, the service friendly and helpful. The overall experience identification authentic. We found ourselves returning often and what we sample was excellent. Just a little out of the way; however, the walk is well worth the dining experience.

We loved this place so much and arrived almost every single night. For around 15$ for two people, you can find a feast of totally delicious local food that is authentic. The best part is that also locals come here which shows that the meals must be genuine. You’re never going to need to eat in a Mexican restaurant in your home town again.

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