Food and Drinks

In Mexico there is a tradition of providing guests with food and drink at every important party. At Xoximilco Cancun we respect and honor this tradition by providing an exquisite feast with a blend of flavors representative of the whole country, as well as tequila, rum, vodka, beer, soft drinks and fresh flavored waters in an open bar.

This culinary experience, that will bring the party to your mouth, consists of a menu that includes appetizers, seven different flavors of the Mexican cuisine, and nine desserts.

You will be fully satisfied!

First Course*

Included in your admission

Vallarta ceviche




Pico de gallo

Bean dip

Dried fish and fried crickets

Tortilla chips

Chicharrón (fried pork)

Second Course*

Included in your admission

Chicken with mole

Tikin xic fish

Skirt steak fajitas

Tamarind shrimp

Cochinita pibil

Mexican rice

Valladolid pork loin

Desserts *

Included in your admission

Corn flan

Milk caramel

Coconut candy

Pine nut roll

Amaranth sweet


Oaxaca milled chocolate

Sweetened coffee

* Menu subject to change without prior notice. Sampling dishes.

Xoximilco has prepared a children’s menu with a unique selection of food especially created for the little ones.
If you have special food requirements, we have a vegan menu, which must be requested on the day of purchase at or at the Customer Service phone numbers.
Have a pleasant evening while enjoying the open bar with tequila and beers onboard the Trajinera to make this Mexican party, an unforgettable experience with your friends or family. There will also be rum, vodka, soft drinks, flavored fresh waters, and coffee.
As one of the most recognized Mexican drinks in the world, you can try it neat or mixed. Choose your favorite cocktail like the traditional Paloma with grapefruit soda in a salted-rim glass, take it in a flag (or bandera) with spicy sangrita and lemon, or maybe a Vampiro with grapefruit soda and sangrita with lots of ice, or even the Charro negro, with coke soda.
Although most people like to drink their beer directly from the bottle or can, there are also several possibilities to mix your beer. Perhaps the most popular is the Chelada, in a glass with ice and lemon, as well as the Bull, which combines beer, tequila and lemon soda. If you want something surprising, you can prepare a u-boot with a shot of tequila inside a glass but turned upside down and then serve the beer, so as you drink, it will mix little by little and the shot will emerge to the surface.
Adults (12+ years):
Children (5-11 years):