At the entrance to the town’s most comfortable eatery, a small shop sells a carefully selected and cleverly displayed collection of local folk art. Beyond this, you enter a dining area with white tablecloths under a wide palapa, which is surrounded by plants and a burbling fountain; in a small hut in the back, women make tortillas the old-fashioned way—by hand. Menu highlights include locally made longaniza (a tasty grilled pork sausage) and excellent sopa de lima. The restaurant is open evenings until 8, but keeps later hours when there's a sound-and-light show downtown.
Calle 27 No. 299, between Calles 28 and 30, Izamal, Yucatán, 97540, Mexico