Kosher in Cancun
We were on vacation in Cancun and went diving in Cozumel
Apparently there kosher restaurant in Cozumel with delicious quality food
There are also a kosher shop.
Chabad House Cozumel has a kindergarten
That's how our little girl enjoyed the company of children while diving
Very nice community.
You can see more details on http://www.chabadcozumel.com/
or by Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Just got back from our family vacation, we had two dinners at the home of the chabad rabbi, it was very nice of him to welcome us, otherwise we had lots of fruits fro breakfast. Also, on the chabad website there is a complete list of kosher products that are available at the local supermarkets, we even found things that where not on the list.
i think sams club had the most kosher food, and for great prices.
There is a service which I did not use, whose URL is http://www.koshersolutions.com.mx/
The website says that they kasher kitchens and sell home cooked meals. I don't know if they have hashgacha. The contact info is:
Ph./Fax (+52 998) 885 20 22
Urgent Delivery dial (+52 998) 104 7004
Let us know what you find out, and have a good time!
Just got back from Cancun. I ended up getting food from Kosher Solutions. It was very good with nice sized portions.
Regarding the hasgacha: All ingredients are kosher and their meat is glatt; however, they only have Conservative hashgacha because it is too expensive to have a full time rabbi on-site. If you want an orthodox hasgacha, they can bring a rabbi in to supervise that day, and they will just add the cost to your order.
Thanks for all your help.
just returned from cancun where my family has a timeshare. We learned that ksoehrsolutions sells kosher food out of the same kitchen as McDonald on the hotel zone. that raised a red flag so we ended up getting all our kosher food at sams club and walmart. By the way for much better prices.
It looks like we may be back there in Dec, i will report back.
If you go the Wal-Mart in town (available by bus and cab), you will find a wide range of certified local products (canned goods, torillas, salsa, milk, cereal, cookies, etc.) The most common hechsher you will see is the Alef-Alef over the letters V-H. (This is the Askenazi Va'ad in Mexico City). You may also find the magen david symbol, which is from the Syrian community. I am unaware of any prepared kosher food there.