Brightly colored fabrics hang on the walls and from the rafters at this notable, if overrated, Pan-Asian restaurant. Grab a seat in the covered courtyard (sit closer to the fireplace if the night is a bit nippy). The expansive menu, which tends to overreach in places, includes the Vietnamese-style platillo vietnamita (tofu, shrimp, or chicken sautéed with peanuts, cashews, and bits of chili and coconut, and served with sweet coconut rice). Mayambé is a good option for vegetarians, who will enjoy the Indian vegetable, rice, and lentil dishes, although sticklers for authentic Thai will be sorely disappointed. Cocktails are weak and overly sweet.
Calle Real de Guadalupe 66, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, 29200, Mexico