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Welcome to Texas Pepper's Photo Review Of Club Maeva Tulum On The Mayan Riviera

 
   
Some of the smiling staff at Club Maeva - Cooking Class held on the beach
   
 

 
Club Maeva Tulum dinning is the highpoint of the resort. Excellent food, prepared by friendly well trained cooks will have you coming back with expectation for the next meal. On a scale of 1-10 Linda and I give the food preparation, presentation, quality and flavor a 9.5 - the choices were just outstanding. Meat, fish all cook fresh after you picked you choice. This is not just our rating, but of other guest from Spain, Italy, Canada, Mexico, USA. The CMT staff of cooks work hard to exceed your expectations. The man cooking in the larger photo in the middle is the Club Maeva General Manager, Mr. Julian Castaneda. He cooks each Tuesday night in the main dinning room and may I say, an excellent chef.

Like fresh baked bread? Who would not. Well, every morning fresh baked bread is ready for breakfast and continues on through the day and evening. NOTE: After 10PM a snack room is open all night with drinks, sandwiches, deserts. It is located just accross from the steps leading up to the main dinning room.

 

Pepper Eating At The Cooking Class


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The photo of the man (yours truly) eating a habanero pepper won the contest by eating and remained standing. The habanero is grown in The Yucatan Peninsula, are yellow and dark green and are rated 100 times hotter than a Jalapeno [hah-lah-PEH-nyoh]. Now you know you know why my stie is called "Texas Pepper."

 

   
Gift of fruit sent to us by the manager after a nice visit at lunch the 2nd day were there. Middle photo show part of the dining room (one of 2-one smoking one non-smoking). Photo on the right is of Julian and Sandy from RI. Julian is a chef. He rated the food quality very good to excellent.

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