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This small, charming restaurant has a lot going for it. Located only two blocks from historic Santo Domingo Church, and within easy walking distance of the Zocalo, La Olla is very popular with both foreign residents and visitors as well as with locals. La Olla is one of the more trendy eateries in the city, and our spotless kitchen produces a wide array of traditional Oaxacan, continental, and vegetarian foods. We pride ourselves in serving the best quality of products available,and most of our produce is grown locally and delivered to us by farmers during the week. Our coffee is locally roasted and the foods we serve are extremely fresh. We bake delicious apple strudel, chocolate cake, oatmeal…
The energy of this restaurant is so pleasant. First of all, when I walk in I feel that food must be good from its smell. The colours and decoration of the place is joyful. Mural painting and arts pieces arrange with care. Also tables, chairs...More
I ordered from el menu de dia and got the white fish. The appetizer salad was my favorite part, thinly sliced raw beets, tender cooked beets, and peeled citrus- mouth watering. The soup was really shrimpy and the fish entre was too salty. A mango...More
Very cool restaurant with great food. We sat on the roof and had a fun time watching the street below. Everything was great, but the highlight of the night were the tacos, which were sold by a woman making them on the roof (working with...More
Read reviews about this place so decided to try.
Was not truly impressed. It is a comfortable place to enjoy...didn't try the terrace as it just rained and very cool outside.
I ordered the chicken breast with mole negro. The chicken was very dry smothered...More
Wow! I thought this place was going to be basic, but our meal here turned out to be one of our favorites. We stopped here for a late lunch and did stick to a couple of traditional dishes.
This place is nothing too fancy. In...More
A beautiful terrace overlooking the city with views of the cathedral and one of the best meals I have eaten made this a memorable occasion. The staff are friendly. The food is excellent with oaxacan twists to each dish. A variety of oaxacan and fusion...More
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We were not able to sit on the rooftop when I was there in January because we did not reserve in advance. it's clearly a top spot! We ate in a beautiful dining room. BUT if you want the rooftop experience, call... More
We were not able to sit on the rooftop when I was there in January because we did not reserve in advance. it's clearly a top spot! We ate in a beautiful dining room. BUT if you want the rooftop experience, call ahead.
The waiters are very nice. You'll enjoy yourself!