Breakfast or lunch a must to visit. Cheaper and better than previously visited ones. Small and cozy great food. Only con is that is a hidden diamond in a back street.
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There was so much variety of food, all fresh and very authentic. We loved our beef stew (not sure the exact name). Everything smelled delicious and looked fresh and homemade. Very authentic. We got the food to-go and even after a twenty minute taxi ride...More
All the traditional dishes were visually enticing and I'm happy to report that they tasted just as amazing. Many dishes to choose from. Huge drinks too. (I always get Naranjadas, cuz I love them) Fun atmosphere with a friendly, family vibe. A little pricey. But...More
If you are the adventurer type of tourist who dares to try plain local food in a decent place (perhaps too touristic on weekends) then go for it. Traditional stews are really tasty but one has to like 'cow tongue' stew ;-) !!! There are...More
We loved this place! It was a rainy day , we were walking and from afar we saw clay pots steaming our way. The smell was amazing our curiosity lead us there. The food were amazing, also the staff were very nice. Service was fast....More
As part of a ship excursion, we were taken here. Primarily different types of stews, we found the chicken and beef stews to be flavorful but chewy.
If you want to eat variety of food, you are in the right place. Staff very friendly. Visit him always a good place to stop and enjoy great food in a nice ambient
What is an otherwise informal affair, grab your food as you enter, then you segue into a more intimate setting once you take your seat. Your server will make sure you get the attention you need and the two-story ferns in the courtyard will make...More