The Hanaichi restaurant is undoubtedly the benchmark of Japanese food in the zona hotelera from Cancun. In an area where there is plenty of commercial and not quality, this little paradise appears. 召 し 上 が れ

I recognize that living in Cancun, I do not usually go to the zona hotelera, where the tourist environment usually gives high prices and poor quality in some catering services, something not very attractive, but there are always exceptions. And the Hanaichi restaurant is one of them.


In the Hanaichi restaurant It is easy to see Japanese diners, which is usually a good indicator of the quality of the place. As we know, in many occasions, there are many restaurants that offer international meals in a canned and not authentic, with products and substitute dishes of which they are. One thing is to adapt to local tastes, and another is that, can the concept to sell it. In Hanaichi you will taste pure Japanese flavor.

The owner, Mr. Hashimoto, undertook his adventure in the 2002, and here he continues as a reference in the zona hotelera of Cancun, a place where business comes and goes at the exorbitant pace of this great mecca of international tourism. The Hanaichi restaurant it is located in a relatively small place for the ones that usually have this zona hotelera. In these two cozy plants you find intimacy, taste and good eating.


Whatever you like on your menu you will find it tasty: sushis, sashimis, soups, noodles, gyozas, yakisobas, teriyakis, unagi ... some are sometimes flavored with local style, just like the names of the dishes, like the cenotes roll and styles A) Yes. A Japanese restaurant that has undoubtedly adapted to the place and survive the vortex of this area.


For residents in Quintana Roo remember to go with an official ID to get your discount, something that is appreciated on this face zona hotelera. Do not forget it!


Hanachi Restaurant, Cancun

  • Location: Blvd Kukulcan Km 9, in front of Chedraui supermarket.
  • Opening hours: 13 to 23 hours. Open every day.
  • Specialty: Japanese food
  • Half price: 300 mxn per person (without alcoholic beverages). Discount for residents of Quintana Roo only with an official ID.
  • The website of Hanaichi Restaurant

Enjoy your meal,

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