This small, unassuming restaurant isn't fancy but the food is well done and the customer service is excellent. Located on Calle Crespo, you have to search carefully or you'll pass it right up. The menu is written on two small blackboards attached to the door. The name of the place is also on the blackboards, so don't waste time looking for a large sign. The meal is a typical comida corrida with soup, a bowl of beans, tortillas and your choice of 5 or six entrees plus dessert. At the time of this review, the price was 50 pesos. It's not your typical tourist joint but the waiter speaks English and is happy to use it.
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