Hacienda Teya

Dating to 1683, this lovely old hacienda just a short ride from central Mérida attracts local families for regional cooking done right. The papadzules, handmade corn tortillas filled with hard-boiled eggs bathed in a creamy, nutty pumpkin seed sauce and drizzled with chili oil, are textbook perfect. The hacienda also does an exemplary version of pan de cazon. This classic Yucatecan dish consists of a stack of tortillas layered with shredded epazote-perfumed shark, refried black beans and chile-tomato sauce. Guests dress for dinner at the restaurant, which boasts the Yucatán's largest wine selection, and desserts come with a complimentary digestif. After your meal, enjoy a stroll through the gardens where peacocks roam.

Km. 12,5, Carretera Mérida-Cancún
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Opening times
Fri: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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