“Each dish is unique...”
Our Menu
Some Suggestions
Camarón con PastaPastas
Shrimp sauteed in garlic butter and served over pasta in a creamy tomato sauce with fresh mushrooms.
Sopa de TortillaSoups
Traditional recipe topped with fried tortilla strips, diced avocado, sour cream and fresh cheese.
Pescado a la VeracruzanaFish & Seafood
Fish fillet covered in a Veracruz-style sauce made from tomato, onion, bell peppers, olives, capers and güero chili peppers, served with rice.
Pollo con Mole NegroMexican Specialities
Tender chicken breast smothered in a dark, spicy Oaxacan sauce, served with rice & beans.
Pescado con Salsa PoblanaFish & Seafood
Fish fillet covered in a creamy chile poblano sauce, topped with melted cheese.
Terracota HuatulcoWhen you’re in the mood for good times, pleasant dining and great cuisine, Terra-Cotta can’t be beat. This air-conditioned restaurant offers an inviting atmosphere that is perfect for casual dining with family and friends. The menu at Terra-Cotta features a wide array of great selections made only from the freshest and highest quality ingredients, with something sure to please every member of your group. Terra-Cotta has established itself as one of Huatulco’s favorite culinary destinations and is sure to offer you an enjoyable dining experience every time you visit.

Terra-Cotta Café

Coffee and Ice Cream Enjoy organic Oaxacan coffee to start your day and cool off after the beach with your favorite flavor of ice cream.
Desserts Brownies, flan, carrot cake, apple pie.....
These are just a few of our freshly baked desserts to enjoy with a good cup of organic coffee or our many tea choices.

Media and Press Releases

"One of the best inexpensive Inns in Mexico."
Frommer´s México 2001 - 2012
"Recipients of Fodor´s Choice Award   2006 - 2012"
Fodor´s Travel Mexico Edition 2006 - 2012
"Everything about this hotel is Luxurious - except for the rates."
New York Times - Travel
"One of the biggest lodging bargains is beautiful Misión de los Arcos."
Newsweek , Nov. 21, 2004
"Small, simple, tranquil."
National Geographic Traveler , April 2011
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