BACKGROUND: A couple of months ago I took a friend to Super Carne. She had just moved to Cancun and was looking for great food, great deals, etc. "where the locals go." Last week I could not wait to tell her to meet me at Club Sandwich Cafe where we proceeded to pound $1 beers. She told me she had been back to Super Carne several times and had introduced it to many of her new friends. She then told me about a place she had been to, but did not remember the name or the exact location. Being properly loaded up on cheap beer we decided to try to find it, as she had a general idea of the location. Turn left after the Pemex and blah, blah, blah. Hell, that narrowed it right down. But we found it. There really aren't that many Pemex's. Not like a 7-Eleven on every corner in the US. So now I know where it is. And don't forget (guys will understand this) you can turn left or right most anywhere. It depends on which direction you are going. So the left turn means nothing really. THE TEASE: I am not yet going to tell you the name or where it is. But I went there last nght and it is to die for. Better than Cambalache at a fraction of the price. Wonderful, attentive service. A bit off the beaten path. Could be my new favorite place. With each post of a real Hidden Treasure, I will give a clue about this place. Cambalache was the first clue. Which will probably be the giveaway to some of you. But play along for a while at least. THE MISSION: Give up your Hidden (Dining) Treasures. Out of the way places. Great food. Great values. Places you need to know where you are going, as you would not be driving by and just say "Let's stop here." Places we would probably never find without a recommendation. I will start with my often referred to Pozoleria Castillo. SM 70, off Lopez, between Palenque & Uxmal. 20 meters down the first street left of the Pemex. it's one way the wrong way so if you are driving you have to wind around and approach it from north to south. But just a super place and of course Pozole is what is is all about. $45 for small bowl. $50 for large. Choice of rojo o verde; pollo or puerco. Served with lots of goodies to mix into an already wonderful bowl of this famous Yucatan stew. Will make your nose run even if you don't add some fresh habanero. Served with chicharon. Yummy. I hope we can share and enjoy our Hidden Treasures. I look forward to hearing about yours.