|Monday||9:30 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:30 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:30 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:30 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM – 4:00 PM|
Simply fabulous. It is like the unrelenting assult of a million fluffy bunnies upon your senses. They're so cute you don't want it to stop, but you are not sure if you can handle more. The hostess is the mostest. A delicious breakfast of learning, pastries and local marmalade. Let me tell you, this is far from England's "finest" of bitter orange. Eat your heart out Her Majesty the Queen. And the coffee? So good that the Starbucks mermaid has given up and talked to an octopus about some legs. 3 paragraphs in and I haven't even gotten to the cooking part yet. Hell this place is so good it requires a meta parenthetical on paragraph 4. Can you imagine? A garden tour as well? Whhhhaaaaatt? An expert chef walking you through the nuance of Mexican cuisine while still taking the time to show you how to not slice off your fingers is nothing to take for granted. And the food. The food! Oh my god. Coupled with a tequila tasting! This is not the kind of thing you slam in your eye after snorting salt and banging a lime. This is your papa's sipping tequila. Hey. You've made it this far, what are you waiting for, a celebrity endorsement? Well I've released an obscure record on an unknown label in a dead music genre. Is that celebrity enough for you? No? Who cares! Mash the "book now" button or whatever! Why are you still here? Do it. Do it! Do it now... Do it!
Such a wonderful experience. Ale is so warm and charismatic, the house and setting are gorgeous, and the food is of course delicious. A highlight from my two months in Mexico. Hot tip though: don’t fall into the trap of thinking it might make for nice jog to arrive on foot, or you might end up arriving by armed police car instead and frightening the bejeezus out of the staff. Sensible people take taxis.
My wife and I did this while in Mexico. We had a wonderful time and cooked/ate lots of good Mayan Food!
Amazing cooking tour, i had an authentic and gourmet exxperience!!Best tour in RIVIERA maya, non turista a allí and superior service
My husband and I went on a 1/2 day excursion at Mexican Lindo cooking school. Our instructor (and owner) Alex and her team were phenomenal at providing step-by-step instructions on how to cook authentic Mexican cuisine. The cooking school was located back in a jungle which was quite exciting. Mexican Lindo is a really cute hut-style cooking school adorned with pink, yellow, and white designs on the exterior and interior palace. In addition; there is a small greenhouse filled with fresh herbs and an outdoor garden. We had a wonderful time at the cooking school as we learned how to make lima soup, tamales wrapped in banana leaves, and using a wood-fired oven to make fresh fish with vegetables. In addition; we had a green color drink that was quite refreshing with mint in it. The ambiance and hospitality laid out at Mexico Lindo cooking school was quite superb! We really enjoyed ourselves on this wonderful day and would recommend anyone seeking adventure and wants to learn how to cook delicious Mexican cuisine, to sign up with Mexican Lindo. You will not regret your time spent Mexican Lindo cooking school. What a beauty and hidden gem!
We just came back from the cooking class. It was just amazing. We felt like home, had fun and learned a lot. That is an incredibly good and unique experience, you'll never forget
I felt in love with that place! It's so beautiful and every detail made with so much love. The chefs are so lovely, funny and full of passion for cooking. We felt like home and could learm so much about the traditional cooking and the mexican ingredients. I'm very lucky, that we took that class, an experience I will never forget and which is worth every pesos!