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Dining at Royal Resorts, something different to try in 2019

Dining at Royal Resorts, there are tasty treats in store for you on your next vacation. Try something different this year during your Cancun trip, whether it’s Mexican Night at The Royal Sands and Italian dishes at La Trattoria in The Royal Cancun or Teppanyaki or Brazilian rodizio at The Royal Haciendas in the Riviera Maya. If you crave traditional home-style BBQ, ribs, brisket and all the trimmings, you won’t want to miss the Monday BBQ lunch at Cayo Largo at The Royal Islander.

Fresh seafood & prime steaks

Pencil in an evening at a much-loved favorite, El Conquistador for prime steaks, lobster, flambéed desserts and live music. If you love seafood, Captain’s Cove is a must for an evening of dining under the stars on the lagoonside terrace. Los Murales at The Royal Haciendas has more superb seafood and tempting dishes to offer you.

Here’s another idea for dining at Royal Resorts, try the Monday Lobster Night at La Palapa in The Royal Cancun. Our Caribbean-style thatched beachfront restaurant has spectacular views of the bay even by candlelight and you’ll even see pirate galleons and catamarans sailing past.

Mouthwatering Mexican cuisine

If you are in the mood for Mexican cuisine, try Hacienda Sisal next to The Royal Sands for a selection of traditional recipes from different parts of the country. And for a casual lunch or supper of tasty Mexican tacos and appetizers you can’t go wrong with Paco’s Tacos at The Royal Islander. There’s also a popular Mexican Night at Pancho & Willy’s next to Captain’s Cove on Mondays. Enjoy the buffet and folk dance show and stay on for karaoke, more music and fun.

Gourmet evening at Grand Residences

If you have never tried the gourmet cuisine at Grand Residences by Royal Resorts, our award-winning resort to the south of Puerto Morelos, how about booking a table at El Faro Grill, a 2018 Wine Spectator award winner, or at Flor de Canela Mexican restaurant. Reservations are required, call (998) 872-8130 ext. 67104 and 67105.

Beach dining for special occasions at Royal Resorts

Celebrating a wedding anniversary, a birthday or just because, planning a romantic beach dinner for your next Royal Resorts vacation will make it truly special. A table set on the sand, flickering candles and tiki torches, a delicious menu and views of the Caribbean under a star-filled sky will create golden memories for the years to come.

For more mouthwatering ideas for dining at Royal Resorts during the year check the Royal Resorts blog. We’ll keep you posted on what’s cooking in all the Royal Resorts restaurants, new theme nights, chef interviews and much more.

Earn Royal Resorts Rewards when dining

And remember that if you are enrolled in the Royal Resorts Rewards loyalty program you earn Rewards at participating Royal Resorts restaurants and facilities. Purchases must be charged to your room to earn Rewards.

You can redeem Rewards to pay your Club Service Fee if you are a Royal Resorts member, to pay the resort bill on your next vacation, to pay for eligible stays and products booked through the Royal Resorts Reservation Center or to make a donation to the Royal Resorts Foundation charitable causes.

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