During my stay in Tulum, I had breakfast at Posada Margherita, a restaurant located on the main road in Tulum Beach.
With distressed wood, potted plants, and boho-chic accents, every area of this restaurant is photogenic beyond belief. The only way I can think to describe Posada Margherita to someone who has not been here is that it is what Anthropologie would look like if it were a restaurant.
When you arrive at the Posada Margherita sign, you walk about 20 feet down a narrow plant-lined path. The path then opens up onto the beach where you find the dining area, beach lounge chairs & cabanas and a beautiful view of the Caribbean Sea.
Here are some pictures of the entrance area:
Here’s the dining/beach area:
The unique look of Posada doesn’t end at the decor. Even the menus are uniquely distressed and illustrated.
Here’s my delicious iced coffee with fresh coffee beans on top:
And a fruit plate:
( Side note: You can’t come to Tulum without ordering a fruit plate at all meals. The papaya and mango are unbelievably sweet and delicious here! )
Here’s the “Egg in a Hole” breakfast plate:
And the French Toast w/ Fruit:
When I’m back in Tulum next time, I’ll eat at Posada Margherita for lunch or dinner to enjoy some authentic Italian food.
The food was delicious. But the best part about my experience here was by far the view. If you haven’t seen it, the Caribbean Sea is breathtaking and, combined with the unique boho chic vibes of Posada Margherita, it’s a must-eat in Tulum.
What’s your favorite place to eat in Tulum? Ever been to a restaurant that reminds you of Posada Margherita?
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