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Yucatan and Campeche States Restaurants

El Príncipe Tutul-Xiu

  • Calle 26 No. 208 Map It
  • Mani
  • Mexican

Updated 04/16/2013

Fodor's Review

About 15 km (9 miles) from Ticul in the little town of Maní, this large, open restaurant under a giant palapa roof is a great place for lunch or an early dinner (it closes at 7 pm). Though you'll find the same Yucatecan dishes here as elsewhere—pollo pibil, lime soup—the preparation is excellent and portions are generous. Best of all is the poc-chuc—little bites of pork marinated in sour orange, garlic, and chiles and grilled over charcoal.

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Calle 26 No. 208, between Calles 25 and 27, Mani, Yucatán, 97850, Mexico

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997-978–4086; 997-978–4257

Updated 04/16/2013


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