Yucatán and Campeche States Travel Guide

Yucatán and Campeche States Restaurants

Cenaduría Portales

  • Calle 10 No. 86 Map It
  • San Francisco
  • Mexican

Published 01/25/2016

Fodor's Review

Campechano families come here to enjoy a light supper, perhaps a delicious sandwich claveteado of honey-and-clove-spiked ham, along with a typical drink like agua de chaya, a mixture of pineapple water and chaya (a leafy vegetable similar to spinach). Cenaduría Portales opens at 6 pm, but most people arrive between 8 and midnight. The dining area is a wide colonial veranda with marble flooring and tables decked out in plastic tablecloths. No alcohol is served, and you simply mark your choices on the paper menu: for tacos, "m" means maíz, or corn; for tortillas, "h" stands for harina, or flour. On weekends, try the tamal torteado, a tamale with beans, tomato sauce, turkey, and pork wrapped in banana leaves—although not listed on the menu, it's available on request.

Restaurant Information


Calle 10 No. 86, at Portales San Francisco, 8 blocks northeast of Parque Principal, San Francisco, Nayarit, 24040, Mexico

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch.

Published 01/25/2016


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