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I read about Itanoni in various food blogs about the fresh tortilla and the use of native corn, so I had to try out the place. We went for early lunch (hours are 7am to 2pm), and what a gem of a place that was...More
A friend who used to live in Oaxaca told us to have a late lunch at Itanoni and we are glad we stopped to do so. We enjoyed a tostada apetitosa, a tostada rajas de poblano, and some pozole. The service was attentive and the...More
We’ve been before so it wasn’t like we didn’t know what we were getting into. The order was wrong, the food took longer than it’s ever taken before, the customers were up getting their own salsa. I don’t know what’s going on there but it’s...More
The staff did not bother to help us chose sitting and they gave us only one menu for the table. After that, it took a few reminders to get them to get the drinks to the table, and the food came after a long wait....More
We were so looking forward to dining at this place, the concept of serving traditional dishes with native organic corns is applaudable. However everything else about this place is downhill.
Why is it so bad?
- bad location: It’s a far walk from the zocalo....More
The service here was terrible. The food for our table of 7 came out when it was cooked so some were completely finished before others got their meal. The intent of the place is honorable but the service negates that.
We had some super chilaquiles plus superb tetela chiapaneca con chicharon y queso, a triangular shaped made-to-order pastry filled with chicharon and white cheese from Chiapas. Service was cordial and efficient. The fresh orange juice is delicious. The free coffee that accompanies the breakfast combos...More
Itanoní is the best place in Oaxaca for fine tortilla dishes, and they are a pioneer in cultivating, harvesting, and then preparing many different varieties of tortillas, contributing to agro-biodiversity by protecting land races of corn that are endangered by imported corn from the US....More