FX Excursions

FX Excursions offers the chance for once-in-a-lifetime experiences in destinations around the world.

Pop Up Dining in Tulum

by Debra Bokur

Jan 17, 2017
Daily

Local and indigenous Mexican ingredients will be menu highlights when chef René Redzepi and former sous chef Rosio Sanchéz team to present a Noma Mexico pop-up restaurant from April 12–May 28 at La Zebra hotel. The seaside location between the Caribbean and the jungle canopy bordering La Zebra will add to the sense of authenticity.

The all-suite boutique hotel — part of the Colibri Boutique Hotels group — presides over the beach in Tulum, Mexico. The pop-up project is spearheaded by Copenhagen-based Noma restaurant, which successfully launched similar pop-up dining venues in Tokyo and Sydney. Noma’s team of international chefs are deep in preparation for their Caribbean residency, sourcing flavors and regional inspiration throughout the Yucatan Peninsula and around the country. Dining options already in place at La Zebra include Chef’s Table by Eleazar Bonilla and a pop-up bar from New York City’s artisanal Mulberry Project.

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FX Excursions

FX Excursions offers the chance for once-in-a-lifetime experiences in destinations around the world.

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