Are there any local specialties someone needs to make sure they try?
One Mexican dish I was introduced to on this trip was chilaquiles. It is made with corn tortillas which are lightly fried and then quartered, covered with a layer of salsa and then topped with cheese, shredded chicken and an egg. I had this dish at breakfast and each day the buffet had a different variation of the dish, sometimes with red salsa, sometime with green, once instead of chicken there was refried beans – but every time I had it, they were delicious.
Favorite place to eat on property and what do you recommend there?
Vidanta is not an All-Inclusive property, so meals and drinks are not included with your stay. There are many restaurants to choose from including a wide range of dining styles from the more casual buffet style or grab and go, to higher priced steakhouses and specialty restaurants. My favorite meal at the property was at Azul, which means blue in Spanish. This is the high end French inspired restaurant on property and is located on the top floor of the centrally located Plaza, which also houses shops, a gallery, and food market. Azul has, in my opinion, the best views on the property and my dinner there during sunset was spectacular. Nightly the restaurant hosts a pianist who will play classical, as well as familiar tunes, like the theme from La La Land. The highlight from my meal here was the dessert. Your waiter will let you choose your dessert from an actual dessert cart so you can see all the choices laid out before you make your decision. It was hard to pick just one!