This restaurant has changed management several times over the last few years. It's only 5 minutes from the Jardin Union, but unfortunately it's not on a street many people walk on. The decorations are tasteful and the architecture is interesting. I went for my favorite dish, chiles en nogada. They were good, but I would have preferred more dried fruit and nuts and less meat in the filling. The have an interesting variety of beers, too.
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