Yucatán and Campeche States Restaurants



Restaurante Kinich

Restaurante Kinich Review

This is the most comfortable place to eat in town. The entrance has a small shop featuring a carefully selected and cleverly displayed collection of local folk art for sale. Beyond this, you enter a dining area with white tablecloths under a wide palapa (thatched roof), which is surrounded by plants and a burbling fountain, with a small hut in back, where women make tortillas the old-fashioned way—by hand. This is a great place to try local dishes as well—including locally made longaniza, a tasty grilled pork sausage. The sopa de lima is also excellent. The restaurant is open daily from noon until around 7 at night, but when there's a light-and-sound show downtown, it stays open until 10.

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  • Address: Calle 27 No. 299, between Calles 28 and 30 Izamal, Yucatán 97540 | Map It
  • Phone: 988/954–0489
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  • Location: Izamal
Updated: 03-13-2013

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