Restaurante Humberto’s

Restaurante Humberto’s

This low-key restaurant’s namesake, Don Humberto, hails from one of the country’s most prolific culinary regions: the Yucatán peninsula. Dishes like sopa de lima (spiced chicken broth with vegetables and lime wedges), cochinita pibil (pork in an orange-achiote marinade) and papadzul (egg-filled tortillas in a chile-tomato sauce) grace the menu, created by Humberto’s son, Enrique López.

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