Hacienda San Jose Pachul

Hacienda San Jose Pachul is a FABULOUS way to treat yourself to incredible food, in an amazingly beautiful location, surrounded by the sounds of birds, frogs, and friends.

Richard and Jose have done an AMAZING job of taking a ruined shell of a building(s) and overgrown jungle and creating an AWESOME place you just don’t want to stay away from.   They’ve been open about a year, after nearly 5 years in construction/reconstruction.

Their eye for detail, color, shape, and design is apparent in not only the decor, color palette, and garden design, but also in the INCREDIBLE food they prepare and serve.

You can see/read more about hcda San Jose Pachul here, and here, and here!

Phone: + 52 1 999 125 5230
Email: info@haciendasanjosepachul.com
Address: Kilometro 41, Carretera Tetiz/Kinchil
97360, Kinchil, Yucatan, Mexico

WE were privileged to dine there today in celebration of Doug and Robin’s FIRST wedding anniversary.

Richard and Jose out did themselves – their attention to our comfort, attention to detail, attention to service, all was above and beyond.

I wish I had taken fotos of the food, you’ll just have to believe me when I say the bowls, cups, plates, and saucers were licked clean!  They absolutely helped make this an unforgettable experience.

 Jose mixing fabulous cocktails
 The Happy Couple, Newlyweds!

Happy First Anniversary Doug and Robin!

About Debi in Merida

I moved from Colorado Springs, Colorado USA to Merida, Yucatan, MX in January 2006. I love to read, garden, travel, and hang out with friends.
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2 Responses to Hacienda San Jose Pachul

  1. Good Dining takes work. It is a privilege to enjoy the food of an inspired cook/chef. Jose is both creative and inspired, pairing flavors of the yucatan into amazing assemblages! I have eaten, and even prepared plenty of average food.

    But do come to the Yucatan, and we will drive you out AND dine with you!

  2. Debi – Good dining is a right rather than ever a privilege – but thanks for the tip…:when in the Yucatan….

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