The cochinta country restaurant, specialized in traditional food from Yucatan, began its services in the 80’s Here we tell you the story!
From a very young age, my mother showed a special skill for cooking. While playing «cooking» she made her first rice very seriously. My grandfather celebrate it with great euphoria and love. From there my mother’s deep love for cooking was born.
She cooked not only Yucatan dishes but also delicious regional dishes, which (I tell you) surpassed by far the flavor and seasoning of anyone else, so his dishes were always highly flattered.
On the other hand, my father, who is a civil engineer, used to celebrate, as in any good project, a celebration for its completion, mainly accompanied by a barbecue.
In one of those celebrations, they decided to bring «Cochinita Pibil». And… What a celebration! Although there was barbecue, «La Cochinita» was the perfect excuse for a series of invitations to «comilonas» in many other projects. They hardly even barbecued again!
From then on, in any celebration, everyone preferred that «la guerita» (my mother) prepare «Cochinita Pibil». And from there this food is shared with a special love.
After a couple of years of trying to motivate the family to open a restaurant, my brother and I, when we were about to enter high school, contacted the parents of a friend who had a small store in the «Del Valle» neighborhood and we convinced the adults to make an appointment and go see the place. And it turns out that they «fixed it up» and that’s it, we took possession of the store! And ZAZ, let’s do it!
The rest is history. My dad was a great host and the public relations department, every weekend he organize a family gathering to eat and participate in the great start of the beautiful project of «sharing and starting a Family Business».
As you can see, Cochinita Country was born from the pleasure of sharing delicious food with the people we love the most.
We invite you to try our dishes and be part of this family!
Fried eggs on a toasted tortilla with beans, bathed in tomato sauce;
served with ham, plantains and peas.
Fried eggs on a tortilla with poblano slices, tomato, onion and cream
Fried eggs on a tortilla bathed in green sauce, served with refried beans
Scrambled eggs with longaniza from Valladolid (Yucatán), served with refried beans
Fried eggs on tortilla bathed in green and red sauce, served with refried beans
*Breakfast in package includes juice or fruit, cooffe or tea and swet bread
Small fried tacos with pork meat, topped with tomato
sauce and Parmesan cheese
Pork tacos seasoned with a mixture of achiote and spices,
steamed in a banana leaf
Pibil's trotters seasoned with a mixture of achiote and spices
Tamal with pork meat pibil, tomato, onion and epazote,
steamed inside a banana leaf
Small casseroles of corn with shredded pork in its juice,
chopped onion and chipotle salsa
Typical dish of the cuisine of the Yucatan peninsula prepared with Pork
seasoned with a mixture of achiote and spices
Chicken seasoned with onion, pepper and spices from the Yucatan regions
Pork meat seasoned with onion, pepper and spices from the Yucatan region
Ground pork prepared with tomato and chopped egg, with seasonings
made from roasted chili peppers and spices from the Yucatan region
Puffed corn tortillas with pork or chicken “pibil”, lettuce,
avocado and red onion
Tortillas stuffed with hard-boiled egg, bathed in pumpkin seed
sauce with a touch of tomato sauce
Black bean broth with pork, rice, onion, radish, avocado and tomato sauce
Grilled longaniza, served with beans, avocado, purple onion and sour orange (Longaniza: Sausage made with minced and marinated pork with spices and seasonings)
Grilled pork loins, marinated in achiote, served with beans,
purple onion and sour orange
Dutch cheese stuffed with special mincemeat (loin, olives,
and spices), bathed in saffron sauce
Shredded venison with minced radish, coriander and sour orange juice
Typical Yucatecan tamale, prepared for “day of the dead” celebration, stuffed with “pibil” pork and spices
3 inflated corn tortillas (fried dough) with lettuce, soybean germ and carrot sautéed in “Pibil” or natural, tomato, avocado and red onion
4 tortillas stuffed with avocado, bathed in pumpkin seed sauce and a touch of tomato sauce
3 tacos with mushrooms, sautéed with onion al “Pibil” or natural
Bun stuffed with soybean germ and carrot sautéed in “Pibil” or natural, lettuce, tomato and avocado
3 tortillas bathed in bean sauce, stuffed with sautéed mushrooms, covered with lettuce, tomato and soybean germ
Delicious!!! We ordered Sopa de Lima, Tacos Sudados de Cochinita Pibil and Panuchos de Relleno Negro!! Totally Yucatecan, spectacular food!! Fair prices!! Totally careful with Covid protection and hygiene rules!
– Linda Carrasco
Delicious, next to the Frida Khalo house museum in Coyoacán, excellent location. Very nice old traditional Mexican house, very rich food, very good service, they treat you very well! By the way, orange juice is fresh!
– Sofia Ortega
Very good option of Yucatecan food
Very typical and rich dishes. No matter what you order, you have to order some sweaty tacos! The best!. Even when the toasts are delicious, better dedicate yourself to asking for the typical!
– Alejandro Orosia
If you have any questions or inquires, let us know!
Ignacio Allende 161 Corner Berlín, Del Carmen, Coyoacán 04100 Ciudad de México, CDMX
Angel Urraza 1503, Letran Valle, Benito Juárez, 03650 Ciudad de México, CDMX
Tuesday to Thursday 9 am – 6 pm
Friday and Saturday 9 am – 9 pm
Sunday 9 am – 6 pm