Mayan Port

No. 326 Cochinita Ravioli

Places close to the experience where you can spend the night:

El Cuyo

Days open to the public:

Domingo, Martes, Miércoles, Jueves, Viernes, Sábado

Schedules in which you can enjoy the experience:

18:00 - 22:00

Contact number to make reservations:

Approximate price:

$180 MXN

Months in which you can enjoy the experience:

Todo el año

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“La Casa Palma” is an Argentine restaurant located in El Cuyo, offering some Yucatecan fusion dishes, such as cochinita ravioli. The fusion comes from Argentina, which experienced a high influx of European immigrants, especially Italians, after World War II, leading to a gastronomic blend of both cultures. As a result, pasta has become a common dish on any Argentine table. Ravioli is a type of wheat flour pasta made into small square-shaped pockets filled with various ingredients. To fuse this pasta with the Yucatecan flavours, La Casa Palma chose one of Yucatán's most representative dishes: cochinita. Cochinita is slow-cooked in a wood-burning oven throughout the night, marinated with achiote, pepper, and bitter orange. The pasta dough is also coloured with achiote, giving it a reddish hue and enhancing its flavour. Habanero pepper is served separately, allowing each diner to add it according to their taste. The dish can be accompanied by one of three sauces of the diner's choice: tomato sauce, herb cream, or slow-cooked meat rougut (tomato and meat sauce). Everything is served in the Argentine style: with cheese and homemade bread. Try this and other Argentine fusion dishes!

Details of interest:

Payment methods: Cash, bank transfers, and credit cards.
Minimum / maximum capacity: 1 person / 60 people.
Recommended for: Families and couples.
Contact: Facebook, Instagram.


Distance from Mérida to experience:


Duration of experience:

2 horas approximately

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