I don’t usually go out for Mexican food but if I had a place like this where I live, I’d go a lot. Most Mexican food in the US is mostly Tex Mex. Not this. This is nopals, moles, slow-simmered meats, delicious beans, rice done...More
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Add 'Mexican' coffee seasoned with cinnamon and a touch of cocoa and fried plantains. One of the best 'authntic' Mexican vs American Mexican food restaurants around in my opinion. I have never been disappointed here. Great for lunch and dinner too. My daughter loved the...More
We recently ate here coming from California where Mexican food is a staple. The pricing was quite high and the restaurant older. We had little kids with us (12, 8 and 4). Soft drinks were ridiculously priced-- 3.50 for a lemonade in a child's cup...More
12 of us went here for lunch for a special occasion. It was fantastic. We each had a different brunch entree and it was wonderful.The flavors were superlative and very unique, unlike some other Mexican American fusion that I have eaten. The wait staff was...More
Warm helpful waitstaff, ample portions, lots of mole choices, house made sangria; a very nice and a little surprising dining experience. Try the avocado pie for dessert - sounds weird but was a perfect ending to a delicious meal.
Came here for lunch on a Friday afternoon and although the lunch menu was quite small we asked for their full menu which had a much larger selection which I thought was very good. The menu has a number of choices within each food category...More
The choices on the menu are minimal, but each dish is chosen and crafted with care. Each menu item describes the provenance, both place and date, of the recipe. They range from relatively modern back to pre-European dishes. Anyone expecting the usual "Mexican" fare served...More
Amazing Oaxacan food. The spicy hot chocolate is wonderful, and all of the dishes I've tried have been unique and delicious.