A good option for lunch. Somewhat limited menu but the food is very good. Try the mole lasagna. Interest fusion of Mexican and Italian cuisine.
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Violante is kind, considerate, and very welcoming. The location is tranquil, service is friendly, and offers so much more than just food! There is history to learn, a terrace to explore (perfect for pictures with Santa Prisca in the background), and even a room to...More
Narrow windy alleys and a somewhat steep climb but finding this place is definitely worth the effort as you'll enjoy the best meals in Taxco. Owned and operated by Italians, the pastas are fabulous; the service friendly and very attentive. We also had a large...More
Its very hidden, not Waze, not Google maps, not Apple maps get it right, ASK directions and your life will be easier! The place is small and quaint, love the French radio station with Jazz! The food is very good!! And for the price its...More
A beautiful setting and lovely food, but you must go for the history and importance to Taxco and the stories from Voliante. As other have said, hard to find. The street sign is Palmas, but follow other reviewers direction and don't give up until you...More
Had lunch with friends it was a pleasure meeting the owner and feeling welcomed with great food. Will be back to this beautiful jewel witt a view
A couple of blocks from Dowtown we discovered this jewel. A very interesting construction, excellent food and a charming ambiance. It was very relaxing and with excellent food.
Do yourself a favor and go here first so that you can enjoy several times while in Taxco. We enjoy our silver buying trips and like to wander off the beaten path to discover great finds. If you like to discover also, you will not...More
Once again, S'Caffecito gave us our best meal in Taxco. It's hidden just above the busy main square, quiet and cool under a gigantic, old tree, in the original Spratling home. Violante has designed a Mexican and Italian menu cooked in a fresh, scratch, Mexican...More