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carpaccio at Apoala in Merida YucatanType: Mexican and Oaxacan Restaurant
Neighborhood: Santa Lucia, Centro, Mérida
Telephone: 999-923-1979
Address: C.60 #471 x 55 Local 2, Portales de Santa Lucía
How to Get There from the Centro: You’re already there! It’s in Santa Lucia Park, at the corner of Calle 60 and Calle 55.
Parking: Yes, behind the building. Entrance on Calle 60, just past La Tratto Santa Lucia. Oh, and it isn’t free.
Air Conditioned: Yes
Outdoors: Yes
Drinks: Full bar
Payment: Cash and Credit
WiFi: Yes
Website: http://www.apoala.mx/
Chicken and Pasta at Apaola Restaurant in Merida YucatanHours:Monday to Saturday: 1:00 PM to 12:00 AM, Sunday: 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Friday and Saturday Bar closes at 2:30 AM
Pricing: Reasonable.
Notes: This restaurant is a favorite of local expatriates… and it became a favorite almost overnight. The food is delicious… you can have a meal just from appetizers and you won’t be unsatisfied. Or you can try the more generous entrees. We enjoyed a yummy beef carpaccio, a chicken and pasta dish and tacos… all different, all really great. Sitting outdoors here is lovely… you are far enough away from the street that you aren’t bothered by the noise or exhaust, but you still get to enjoy the outdoor ambiance. Inside, the decor is interesting, with low lighting… but most people seem to prefer to be outdoors. Don’t miss going to the bathroom while you are there to see their innovative sink treatment!

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4 Responses to “Apoala”

  1. One of the best up-and-coming dining locals in Mérida. Quality seems to be higher on weekends or whenever Chef Sara is on site! The arrachera steak and the pesca del día are two of my favorite options.

  2. I agree with everyone who’s excited about Apoala, but you mention parking isn’t free. Fine, but do they validate your ticket? Just wondering.

  3. No, no validations. Not that we heard of, anyway.

  4. My son and I dined here while in Merida last month. It was absolutely delicious, great service and we were able to enjoy the Serenata Yucateca just after eating. I went with the waiter’s recommendations — a roast pork dish with an excellent sauce and baby potatoes and I had a mescal mixed drink that was fantastic. We look forward to dining at Apoala again soon.


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