San Francisco, CA 94103
SF Weekly's Description
This Yucataecan restaurant's namesake is an inviting platter of thin-sliced pork, simultaneously crispy and chewy, draped around a mound of lightly dressed cabbage and a steaming pile of buttery rice, a signature Mayan dish: Poc Chuc. The appetizers at this Latin American and Mexican restaurant are all worthy warm-ups for the porky onslaught, especially the panuchos (slightly crunchy tortillas layered with shredded turkey, black beans, avocado, and pickled onions), empanadas, and tostadas. A bonus: Mexican cowboy flicks play on the little TV above the doorway at this Mission District restaurant.
Tips from foursquare
Order the chimole de pavo (turkey in black mole, a.k.a. pavo en relleno negro), eat with plenty of fresh, tender, delicious tortillas that somebody's abuelita must make in back.
damn good guac
just go for the mayan platter and don't be shy with the citric habanero salsa.. tortillas are handmade and crispy, delicious mayan cuisine.
Try the Poc Chuc - #tasty (via @Foodspotting)
You can order a la carte salbutes and panuchos even if they're not on the menu