Kiasi JibuaEl Júpare, Sonora, Mexico
The Kiasi Jibua comedor prepares traditional ethnic Mayo meals and baked goods in El Júpare, Sonora.
Stop by to taste unique culinary treats cooked over a wood fire, like wakabaki stew, bread, and tortillas made from corn, wheat, garbanzo and flour. The kitchen also serves a delicious cup of coffee.
And in addition to the food and coffee, you can enjoy the cultural ambiance of the place.
The kitchens are made from a local construction technique that uses interwoven giant reeds, with pots in traditional tree branch stands on either side. There are also unique wood carvings of traditional Mayo masks carved into a tree on one side of the dining area.
Kiasi Jibua is also the site of a store that sells unique, beautiful works of art and crafts by local Mayo artisans.
We recommend that you visit the kitchens and store when you visit El Jupare, it is located on the side of the road as you enter the town on highway 178 from Huatabampo.
See the Google map of El Júpare to find the location of Kiasi Jibua and other sites of interest in the Mayo pueblo.