Indochine - Peninsula Resort

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Explora hoy un mundo de sabores en Indochine. Situado en Blvd. Kukulcan K.M. 21+260, Cancun, Mexico, Peninsula Resort, abrimos hoy y estamos deseando servirte una comida que no olvidarás. Con una orgullosa puntuación de 4.5 y críticas positivas de 144, somos la elección perfecta para tu aventura culinaria.

Horario de apertura

  • Lunes 18:30 - 23:00
  • Martes 18:30 - 23:00
  • Miércoles 18:30 - 23:00
  • Jueves 18:30 - 23:00
  • Viernes 18:30 - 23:00
  • Sábado 18:30 - 23:00
  • Domingo 18:30 - 23:00


  • Dirección: Blvd. Kukulcan K.M. 21+260, Cancun, Mexico, Peninsula Resort
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Tess Purdy
Tess Purdy

Only weak link in the resort. Not horrible...just not memorable. Servers seemed tentative, possibly new. Beautiful decor/design.

Tillman Kunde DDS
Tillman Kunde DDS

My wife and I decided to eat at Indochine while staying at Nizuc. I can only say that our dinner was excellent! I had the tataki sake and then a salmon dish. Both worth going back for. The wine list and service team were also top notch. We will definitely go back.

Frances Weissnat
Frances Weissnat

It's a must try for sure. This place has the best views and is very romantic. We had the lobster roll I would recommend trying.

Prof. Kristoffer Haley II
Prof. Kristoffer Haley II

Great Asian cross-over, do try the Black Cod, amazing! Mango chili salad also excellent, and they also handle sushi well. Elegant, peacefual view from the terrace.

Prof. Ciara Hagenes IV
Prof. Ciara Hagenes IV

The food here was the best at Nizuc. It was also a beautiful setting and if you can sit outside it is quite nice...bring bug spray though.

Prof. Jade Johns
Prof. Jade Johns

Delicious food at this gorgeous restaurant. My favorite was the black miso cod.Every time we went there were different options for sushi rolls.

Irma Koepp
Irma Koepp

Loved the food. Lots of vegetarian options, Chef Alicia and her staff are absolutely amazing and very friendly.

Karelle Stanton
Karelle Stanton

Stayed at Nizuc for 3 nights and opted to dine here for 2 of those nights. Our server was very friendly and very helpful. The food was amazing, fresh and nicely presented. We had the delicious rice vegetable wraps which we highly recommend. They are fresh and delicious. We also enjoyed the sea bass which was perfectly cooked with fresh vegetables. Everything was very tasty. We can not wait to go back!



  • Reservas
  • Asientos
  • Camareros
  • Silla De Ruedas Accesible
  • Sirve Alcohol
  • Tronas Disponibles
  • Romántico
  • Ocasiones Especiales
  • Grandes Grupos
  • Apto Para Vegetarianos
  • Opciones Veganas
  • Estacionamiento Disponible
  • Asientos Al Aire Libre
Casa del mar

Casa del mar

Blvd. Kukulcan Km 20. 5 | Cauncun Plaza, Cancun 77500, Mexico, Peninsula Resort

Mexicano, Mariscos, Italiano, Barras, Internacional

While staying at the attached condo, my wife and I enjoyed breakfast, dinner, and drinks here. The location is superb, the food and drink are fine, but the operations seem poorly managed.The restaurant is attached to the Cancun Plaza condos, the community is gated, so I'm not certain how easy it would be to access if you're not staying there. The restaurant itself is open-air, right on the beach, where you can enjoy the surf, the shorebirds, and (if they're to your taste) those black grackle birds that constantly grub for food scraps.Their coffee is up to Mexico standards and they deliver their menu of tropical drinks quite well. I wanted to be as Mexican as I could, so my breakfast was eggs montulongo--crisp tortilla, fried eggs, salsa and green peas--I would have it again. Similarly the dinner, steak escobello (hope I'm spelling these right!), a tender cut smothered in onions.The one drawback is in their operations. Now, service in Mexico is leisurely, but here is gets untracked at times. Our breakfast visit found the place packed, and there was one waiter who was moving at maximum speed and working with admirable efficiency. But he got zero help except occasionally when the bartender would deliver a couple of drinks to a table. I found it unacceptable, as I could see into the kitchen where the expediter was standing around watching people until plates appeared for him to put on the counter and ring his desk bell for the waiter--could this man realize that his only waiter was barely keeping up, and perhaps garnish the plates and carry a couple to the table just to keep up? Then on our departure day we wanted to get breakfast, but they didn't know when they'd open--maybe 8, maybe 9--whenever one of the chefs chose to show up.So if you're going for a meal here, you might want to speed up your process a little by grabbing menus off the counter on the way to seating yourself, and figuring out what you want before the wait staff gets to you. The food and the pricing are worth the wait.