) is a very popular open-air joint that features wood-oven baked pizzas and fresh seafood. It's toward the northern end of Malpa's. At the Playa Carmen Commercial Center, at the crossroads at the entrance to town, you'll find a small food court with a wide range of options, including the bistro-style Chop It
). Open just for lunch, it serves a range of salads, wraps, and justifiably popular burgers. Gluten-free buns are even offered. Another good option here is Product C
), a seafood retail outlet that also cooks up the daily catch, makes fresh ceviche, and serves fresh, farm-grown, local oysters. Just across the street you'll find The Bakery
), which serves an amazing array of fresh pastries and baked goods, along with sandwiches and pizzas. For sushi and Asian fusion, there's Katana
), north of the crossroads.
On the far northern end of Playa Santa Teresa, El Rey Patricio
) has tasty tapas, drinks, and a sunset view, and Al Chile Viola
) is a good Italian restaurant in town. Even farther, near the start of Playa Hermosa, Koji
★★ (tel. 2640-0815) another popular sushi joint.
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