This ice cream and sorbet parlor has been a favorite among locals for over a hundred years. It’s a great place to try fruity, refreshing sorbets made from the Yucatán’s exotic bonanza, such as zapote, mamey, and tamarind. At night, tables fill with families. Champolas—beverages made of milk and ice cream, or sorbet—are also a favorite. A signature version includes sorbet made from soursop (guanábana), a fruit that abounds in the Yucatán.
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