In the town of Tulum, Mexico, there is one restaurant that a lot of people will tell you to go for tacos. However they don’t serve dinner and if you plan on going for lunch, they might be closed by the time you arrive. Taqueria Honorio opens at 6 a.m. Tuesday through Sunday but closes when they run out of food.
How It’s Made
The cochinta pibil is made offsite about 4 miles outside of Tulum. The pork is seasoned and cut, then put into covered pans. The metal pans are lowered into an outdoor rectangular fire pit and covered with leaves, metal and ash to retain heat. The pork roasts overnight for 12 hours and is brought back to the restaurant each morning at 5 a.m and served as tacos or torta sandwiches.
Learn more about Taqueria Honorio’s cochinta pibil here.
Things to Know
Taqueria Honorio has an outdoor seating area under a white awning. You can also order carryout and watch them cook your food while you wait. The cochinita and lechon is available by the pound.
Taqueria Honorio is cash only.
Choose from a variety of fillings to be served on a tortilla or as a torta sandwich. The Cochinita Pibil (Yucatan pork and spices) comes highly recommended, but be sure to try the Lechon Al Horno (Baby Pig) which which is tender, juicy and flavorful and comes with a crispy chicharron.
Each table is decked out in red topped with napkins, salt, toothpicks, hand sanitizer, pico de gallo, limes, tomatillo sauce and habanero sauce.
If you’re lucky, street musicians will come around and play (for tips) which makes breakfast (tacos) at Taqueria Honorio a wonderful way to start the day.
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