Chichen Itza Restaurant

Mexican Restaurant
3655 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90007 3655 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles Directions
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Report | 14 days ago
Great service and good food.
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Best cochinita pibil i have ever had.
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Report | 15 days ago
Try everything - literally everything on the menu is amazing (but my faves are the tikin-xic, sopa de lima, poc chuc, and cochinita pibil).
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Report | 16 days ago
Great food and service. They really represent the Latino cultura and authentic flavor!
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Great food at a great price!
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Loved the food!!! Will definitely come back!!!
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Its a nice and friendly restaurant. Very clean too! This is very important to me.
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Report | 15 days ago
Service staff could be friendlier, and less rude
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Report | 14 days ago
My wife and I went early on a Sunday evening. When we got there, they didn't have any cochinita pivil, or poc chuc, the two the dishes I wanted to try.
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Nice place, hidden away good customer service!
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Before you die, you must eat one of Chichen Itza Restaurant’s panuchos. At least that’s the opinion of LA Weekly food critic Jonathan Gold, who included the appetizer on his list of 99 essential L.A. eats. The turkey-stuffed corn tortillas kick off chef Gilberto Cetina's menu, which contains original recipes as well as Mayan, Spanish, and Lebanese dishes traditionally found in Cetina's native Yucatan. Among the selection of mesquite-grilled entrees is the cochinita pibil, a pork dish that Gilberto marinates with sour orange juice and spices before cooking it in banana leaves. The dish's “succulent, aromatic, tender, irresistible pork” is so sought after that Gilberto makes up to 60 pounds a day, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Chichen Itza is located inside Mercado La Paloma, an upscale food court whose restaurants, bakery, and juice bar have attracted attention from local press. Patrons approach the restaurant’s counter to order their meal and then wait at linen-dressed tables for servers to present their selected dishes.

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