About us

It was the 30 ´ s when the family Siqueff Febles founded the Café restaurant and bakery "La Sin Rival" in Motul, Yucatán that in a short time gained fame and prestige for its undisputed culinary creations as the salsa "Motuleño egg" and "the bread brush" that turned To this one in a forced visit of the people of the region that arrived to Motul, towards the east of the state.

Don Jorge Siqueff Febles was the one who built and founded the "Breadmaker MONTEJO" together with his initial staff of Motul and brought to the state the first machinery to make the "Pan de Molde", this would happen at the same time as the front of the building the master Rómulo Rozo Sculpted the monument to the homeland, as an anecdote then many wondered that it would end first, whether the bakery or the monument.

It was the year 1959 and Don Jorge Siqueff Febles with his wife Doña Margarita Alonzo de Siqueff decided to open a November 12 in the old house where they lived on 59 Street in the suburb of Santiago in Mérida, a restaurant, which he named with his first surname , animated by fame that he had earned himself as a good cook. In a short time, dishes like the venison steak, the fried Kibi, the French fried chicken or the Motuleños eggs became authentic icons of the local gastronomic offer. Doña Amine, they were hosts every day of friends and tourists who visited the place, so I mean to put in menu the slogan.

"MADE FAMOUS BY ITS CUSTOMERS"

For half a century, the town of Mérida, Yucatan has among its tourist attractions with an emblematic restaurant of Yucatecan and Lebanese gastronomy: Siqueff".

The two subsequent generations of the family his son Jorge Siqueff Alonzo with his wife Doña Estela Villanueva de Siqueff and his daughter Maria Jose have continued to show an outstanding excellence in their culinary arts and attention evolving with the Times but without forgetting its roots and above all, those values that brought Don Jorge to the top of the restaurant sector in Motul and Mérida.

Currently in the local street 60 the "taste and quality by tradition" of its "Lebanese cuisine, regional, meat and shellfish" provide the tourism and local sector, such as the first day their enthusiasm and over the years their experience, leaving a culinary legacy in the Coti Dianeity in its growing and changing city as it is our city of Merida Yucatan.

Thank you for sharing our table.

María José Siqueff V.
Manager