The best point of el Chac-Mool is that it is just outside the Uxmal archeological site, so it's a ready alternative to the tourist cafeteria there. Second, it is a quaint, local eatery with true Yucatan character. Sadly, the food is dismal, dry and overcooked. Authentic Mayan favorites, prepared poorly. It's an old place, and is a bit dingy and dusty throughout. Large outdoor dining area, fronting on a highway so the view is not stellar. Maybe worth a brief lunch stop, given it's location, but don't expect much.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.