Every detail of this beautiful restaurant is rooted in Mexican pre-Colombian culture. Inspired by Mayan Governor’s Palace in Yucatan, the architect, Sergio C. Estevez, made elaborate roofline work reminiscent of the heavy stone work in ancient Mayan architecture.
It’s not a literal copy of Mayan architecture, but a rather playful, whimsical version of it, which Californians love so much. The entire floor area does not exceed 5,000 Sq. Ft., yet it serves 52 people. In accordance with Mexican culture, the building is lively and vibrant, as well as entertaining.