Farm to Table, Tulum, Mexico: The Lowdown with Mikey B

Farm to Table is a newer addition to the food scene in Tulum. It opened in late 2018.

It is located on Avenida Tulum near Calle Jupiter Sur. The eatery is rated number 32 of 500 Tulum restaurants on Trip Advisor.

Grey walls and neutral colors throughout the space give the rectangular restaurant an industrial yet cozy feel.

The menu is quite varied offering traditional Mexican foods interpreted in a new way and created with farm-fresh produce.

Everything is prepared in an open kitchen and there is a wood-burning oven.

You should try the Mexican Passion Mocktail (75 pesos mexicanos). It is made of passion fruit, orange Juice and hisbiscus tea. It also contains tebache, a fermented drink made from pineapple skin.

Another great choice for a refreshing drink : Zen Tea (75 pesos Mexicanos). The cool drink is made of orange and black teas with a bit of honey and cardamom flavoring. It came served with a wedge of dried fruit attached to the glass’s lip with miniature clothespin.


The smooth-textured, freshly prepared hummus made for a great appetizer. Diced and roasted red peppers topped the ground chickpeas. The pita bread was fresh and homemade.

The watermelon salad featured grilled watermelon, greens. julienned jicama and carrots, sliced tomatoes and cucumbers as well as almonds and sunflower seeds. It was lightly tossed in a refreshing vinaigrette dressing.

The huitlacoche quesadilla came served on an wooden plank with a mix of fresh and pickled vegetables as garnish. Topped with a cashew cream sauce and the filling was seasoned with Epazote, similar to a Mexican coriander.

An open-air courtyard at the back of the restaurant provides seating for about 25 patrons. It provides a nice option for dining “al aire libre” on a nice day.

For a farm fresh meal in Tulum, try Farm to Table.

That’s the Lowdown!