Founded in 1965, this shrine to la comida poblana has four branches in Puebla, and has expanded throughout Mexico. Two of the Puebla branches have great locations in the center of town. The original, near the zócalo, is cozier, but the larger at Paseo Bravo still manages a nice colonial aura. The food consists of mole, mole, and more mole, but you can also get nopal (prickly-pear leaf) salad, sopa de medula (marrowbone soup), and other hearty regional fare. There's another branch at Calle 3 Poniente 920.