Cilantro and lemonthese are the two ingredients that make Maya Cafe's guacamole so fine. Just the right amount of each, playing off each other as a zippy duet, the acidic bite of citrus foxtrotting around the soft, round-flavored notes of coriander. And textureoh, the chunky-smooth texture of Maya's awesome guac. Put it this way: When you find yourself making plans to meet a friend at a restaurant and, in proffering the invitation, you say, "You wanna go out for some guac?" without mentioning the rest of the meal, that's saying a whole lot.