Pair Italian plates with wine in a contemporary chic setting.
With its glossy turquoise tiles and native tapestries, exotic dark woods, cacti, and pendent jewel lanterns, El Puerto feels sleek and now. The dining room on the lobby’s lower level overlooks the resort’s central lagoon, making it a tranquil and alluring spot for a date night out at a private window table. Or pull up a seat at the social bar, spotlighting the fresh catch and just-harvested local ingredients, or on the seductive, sconce-lit dining terrace.
Now El Puerto is renewing its concept, an Italian culinary proposal awaits at Fairmont Mayakoba for those who love fresh pasta with local ingredients. Try the “Burrata”, a concasse of Heirloom tomato, Genovese pesto, cherry tomato with Modena balsamic reduction.