Apoala Mexican Cuisine - Cancun
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Directions to Apoala Mexican Cuisine
This restaurant is located downtown, in a small but colourful park named Santa Lucia, popular for its Trova nights, were you can listen to live music. There are tables just outside the restaurant that provide a great spot to watch all the action while you enjoy your dinner.
The menu consists in different pastas, and seafood, as well as salads and grilled meats. They also have a lunch service at noon, with different food combos in a more modest style and more affordable prices that are worth checking out. If it's too warm outside you can always choose to sit inside where they have air conditioning.
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