Papantla (Spanish (help·info)) is a city and municipality located in the north of the state of Veracruz, Mexico, in the Sierra Papanteca range and on the Gulf of Mexico. The city was founded in the 13th century by the Totonacs and has dominated the Totonacapan region of the state since then. This is the home of vanilla, which is native to this region, the Danza de los Voladores and the El Tajín archeological site, which was named a World Heritage Site. Papantla still has strong communities of Totonacs who maintain the culture and language. The city contains a number of large scale murals and sculptures done by native artist Teodoro Cano García, which honor the Totonac culture. The name Papantla is from Nahuatl and most often interpreted to mean "place of the papanes" (a species of crow). This meaning is reflected in the municipality’s coat of arms.
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Had breakfast here. The balcony has a lovely view of the main square, and you can observe the comings and goings in Papantla from here. There is also free wifi, with the password indicated at the table.
Had a Mexican breakfast (Desayuno Mexicana), which consisted of an orange juice, very weak milky coffee and enchiladas (which came with refried beans and a salad on the same plate). Food quality is okay, but nothing to rave about. So the average is more for the free wifi and the views.
3.5 based on 24 reviews
This restaurant is number 4 in Papantla (if you don’t count Naku twice) on Trip Advisor.
I chose to go there instead of going to Agora restaurant because it was in my hotel, Tajin.
Reception is ok, you can sit where you want. The restaurant is nice, the tables are not too close to one another which ensures privacy.
The menu is comprehensive. From Sandwich to hamburger, to pasta to shrimps.
I started with a cream of mushrooms. It was delicious.
I then ordered shrimps in a butter sauce. It took a while but it came. Without sauce. I told this to my waiter. He said he would see. He never came back. No sauce, no excuses, nothing.
Desert was a cheese cake that was only so so.
The bill wasn’t. I was immensely disappointed.
I don’t recommend this restaurant.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
We took 14 travelers to this restaurant and it was amazing! The service and food were outstanding. Everyone in our group loved it. I would highly recommend eating at this charming authentic restaurant.Thank you for your visit and comments!
4.5 based on 14 reviews
We went to this restaurant for dessert. At the door, there were people in local dress dancing for approx. 15 minutes. After enjoying that, we were given a table in a restaurant full of Totanaca people and cultural elements. Over real vanilla ice cream (vanilla is grown locally following traditional methods), we spoke with the owner and some of the employees about their goal of promoting the Totanca culture in the area not only to help the local people but also to promote tourism. We also enjoyed tasting the local etole (maize drink mixed with hibiscus flower extract). What a lovely experience it was! What a wonderful way to promote sustainability. What a way to eat ice cream!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Aunque su nombre lo dice, No fui por el Jugo fui por su tortas de carne asada eso creo estan bien para el antojo, el precio de 50 por tortas hay que bajarlo un poco para que más personas consuma aunque esten ricas, solo me las lleve para cenar en mi casa.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
El conejo al chiltepin es sensacional, el plato Totonaca con los tres moles es delicioso, el lugar muy limpio, espacioso y fresco con área de juegos para los niños y estacionamiento
4 based on 4 reviews
This restaurant is named for the people of Papantla. It is one of the two restaurants of the hotel Tajin.
I had breakfast twice there. Cost for breakfast was 100.00 mex pesos. A bit expensive especially considering that the Plaza Pardo, for the same breakfast, cost 72.00 mex pesos.
But it is convenient if you are staying in the hotel. The menu is comprehensive with dishes for all purses.
Price is reasonable for a hotel restaurant.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
El lugar muy lindo , ubicado en una pintoresca calle de la ciudad , la comida deliciosa y muy variada , hay desde tequeños venezolanos , empanadas Argentinas , tacos mexicanisimos , hasta helado de vainilla artesanal y claro , Cortes de carnes , la atención es muy buena , y la comida riquísima y repito , un menú muy variado , buena atención y ambiente muy agradable , precios razonables , nada caro , lo recomiendo mucho !
5 based on 4 reviews
en mitad de un pueblo al lado del yacimiento arqueológico de Tajín (Papantla) encontramos, de forma totalmente inesperada, un restaurante donde cada plato superaba al anterior (pasta al ajillo, crema de champiñones, ribeye, pulpo con unas patatas asadas espectaculares)
eso sí, cuesta encontrarlo, está en el segundo piso de un edificio de un consultorio médico
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Nice place, with warm welcome. A large choice of meal, and beverage. All the dish we tried were very good and hearty. The Terrace is very pleasant and overlooks the central square of the city.I I highly recommend this place.Thank you for your recommendation, we are very happy that you had a nice time here, we hope you felt this place like home. Visit us soon, your are very welcome.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.