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Los Paco's 7 Moles enhance and magnify the culinary fusion with the variety of flavours, colors and ingredients within. Oaxacan 7 Moles are product of the evolution of Mexican history culture where food is now considered as UNESCO intangible cultural heritage that summon the ancestral way of life. Our handmade Oaxacan Mole sauces are considered a culinary experience that involves several processes of transformation where all the ingredients fried, baked or smoked, mixed with the other fresh ingredients in a slow cook period in copper pots into a slow and low fires traditional of mexican gastronomy.
Lunch, Brunch, Drinks
Mexican, Latin, International
Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Television, Highchairs Available, Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards
Our family went on a Sunday morning at 9 AM and had the place to ourselves. The young waiter gave us a tasting of the 7 moles and they were terrific. Our meals were great and inexpensive. I ended up having a mole that I'd...More
If you want to try a great example of Oaxacan mole, I recommend Los Pacos. The restaurant offers versions of several moles, and they are all delicious. You can order sampler plate with several different moles. The "mole negro" is to die for, rich and...More
We really enjoyed the selection of moles. The sampler plate with the 7 different moles was delicious. We ordered some rice with beans also, the beans were good, but the rice came with fantastic platanos fritos! It is a bit more expensive than most places...More
We went there twice, the food is really delicious, but the service is weird, awkward and dismissive. No smile for any price! Where did the world-famous Mexican cortesias go?
The place needs to re-examine the way it is doing business, but don't fire the chef.
Forget the rice that looked and tasted like it came out of a packet or the jar of lemonade that was just came of seven up emptied into a jug in front of us. Forget the song and dance about wanting his tip in cash...More
A friend recommended I eat here and she did not steer me wrong. It was the first place we ate and when we told the man who greeted us at the door that we heard their place was the best for tasting several types of...More
Four of us shared a tlayuda with cecina, and it was wonderful, perfect as a starter. The mole sampler with chicken was a great way to taste all moles and see which you prefer. The mole verde with pork was also very good. Rice pudding...More
My wife and I shared a Tlayuda special as a starter and it was huge and absolutely delicious! Like a full pizza but on a crispy taco topped with melt in your mouth beef. We also shared the mole sampler and it was quite nice,...More
The waitress brought us mini samples of all of the moles and tortillas so we could decide which mole to choose. Yum!
For an appetizer we shared a Tlayuda Especial- it was excellent.
Two of us had chicken enchiladas with mole Colorado- delicious! One had...More