ancestral cuisine and local products in Playa del Carmen

Primo is a relaxed beachside restaurant with communal tables and an open kitchen that allows you to interact with the chef.

First offers a wood-burning kitchen space surrounded by an incredible cozy and relaxed atmosphere. This restaurant by chef Pedro Abascal shows his interaction with local products and ancestral cooking techniques, which allow for dishes full of flavor and presentations that look like small works of art. your style of little shop beach restaurant will allow you to eat outdoors without being pretentious, but with all that characteristic charm of a Good dinner.

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Located in Playa del Carmen, First It is a space to eat well and without worries. Upon arrival you will be greeted by outdoor communal wooden tables, as well as an open kitchen that has a main bar around it and allows for interaction with diners, all while experiencing the rush from service. Without a doubt, this place is a culinary must-see in the destination, a restaurant where the star is the local ingredients.

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Pedro Abascal is one of the most renowned chefs on the gastronomic scene thanks to his creativity and expertise for various cuisines of the world, that is why his restaurant breaks the mold by showing a clean and organic cuisine, with a wonderful menu where the raw material is the most important. In addition, it will allow you to enjoy a relaxed and casual atmosphere, very typical of beach restaurants.

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The Mexican touch and the family heritage of this chef from Michoacan is reflected through endemic ingredients and Mexican cooking techniques, which have crossed borders by being influenced by other countries, resulting in dishes such as his lobster tetela with poblano chili and ayocotes, or well the yucatecan tetela with pork terrine and pickles. On First, corn is also the main ingredient for most dishes, and everything is made by hand.

Photo: Cousin Restaurant
Photo: Cousin Restaurant

Another must-see is the bone marrow with black garlic and drunk sauce, the pork belly with adobo, and the pibil duck with a very traditional Yucatecan recipe. On First the flavors of charcoal and smoke stand out in each dish by chef Pedro, who prefers simple preparations that show the richness of a kitchen full of love and dedication from the beginning.

Photo: Cousin Restaurant
ADDRESS: Av. 10 Norte #241 corner Calle 14 77710 Playa del Carmen, Mexico
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