We rode our bikes to the collectivo station locked them up and took the collectivo to Leos. It was about 10 mins away and 20 pesos a person. The collectivo dropped us right in front of Leo's. It is the big green building. We also...More
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Not sure why this is listed in Akumal as it is a bit further south in Chemuyil. Do not follow google maps unless you want to be disappointed as Leos is not there! Pizza was really good, not quite as good as NYC but much...More
Nice place. Lots of choices, good food. Very busy at times. Worth trying. Pizza was pretty good, but maybe next time something diffetent. Seem to need more sauce.
The pizza is good for the price. Not great, but good. They have lots of Italian food on the menu and we have tried a few different dishes. All seem to be on the good side! The service is a bit weird for a "gringo"...More
We ate there in the evening among the locals. It was awesome, and the atmosphere of the town and its people was really nice. The food was good, but average. If you're hungry....it's great! Very inexpensive.
Have heard & read about Leo's & finally ventured over the Chemuyil to try it. Why haven't we gone there sooner. I had the spaghetti bolagnase, sauce was rich & flavourful. Wife had pizza- great crisp thin crust & plain tomato sauce that allows you...More
Leo's is located in old Chemuyil.. a distinctly old Mexican town with lots of local culture... every one is super friendly and treats you liker family.. the food at Leo's is excellent with a mix of Mexican and American... great pizza (my favorite Hawaiian- ham...More
We saw a lot of great reviews about this place and the kids wanted pizza one night on our trip to Akumal. But we weren't that thrilled. The crust tasted kind of like cardboard. It was definitely not up to the standards of American pizza...More
These folks have been in business for decades. Pizza is their attraction, and it's pretty good. The kids were thrilled! Open-air seating under a roof. Friendly staff.