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Located on 60th street downtown, this Yucatecan and Lebanese restaurant has a special place in the city's gastronomic history. They have 2 big rooms with air conditioning and some tables outside with a view to a small garden. The menu is also at the door, so you can look at it while you wait for your table.
The place is fresh and the attention is excellent. It is open for breakfast and for lunch. The appetizers consist in many Lebanese snacks like the famous 'kibi' which is a friend torpedo like croquet stuffed with meat. The main courses include several Yucatecan cuisine classics such as the Pollo Pibil, Poc-Chuc and Huevos Motuleños.