Although this large roadside spot mainly caters to the groups visiting Uxmal, locals recommend it as the most formally established eatery in the area, and the friendly owners are happy to serve small parties (they'll squeeze you in among the tour groups). The basic menu includes local dishes like lime soup and pollo pibil, and such universals as fried chicken and vegetable soup. Approach the salsa on the table with a bit of caution: it's made almost purely of habañero chiles. A small on-site shop sells pieces of popular art including figurines of los aluxes, the mischievous "lords of the jungle" that Mayan legend says protect farmers' fields.
Carretera Muna–Uxmal, 4 km (2½ mi) north of Uxmal, Uxmal, Yucatán, 97844, Mexico