Was it 9 or 10 courses, I can't remember, but each was small, very zen, with original yet Mexican tastes. Very small servings but so many, all of a sudden you realize you have had really quite a lot to eat and the hunger is gone. Very haute cuisine. Must have a very well trained staff to turn out such miniature works of art. We asked the sommelier for some advice about two of the less expensive bottles of wine, and he suggested the least expensive, (not saying it was cheap but one of the least expensive) which was delicious. The meal for two with a bottle of wine came to about 2,300 pesos, or US$180. I consider that a fair price for what we received. All the staff were attentive, polite and friendly. I can't wait to go back and have been recommending it to friends.
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