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The good :- it’s 100 years old so authentic and very central to the old city and street market.
The bad :- so are the facilities ..First complaint - no hot water in the washbasin and shower - we were told most washbasins in Mexico...More
Dinner reservation made for 18:30. Arrived @ 18:15. The dining room staff did not know about our reservation. The history. Tried to make it on line weeks before. Didn’t happen. Three days before we phoned to make a reservation, eventually they hung up on us....More
Wonderful courtyard setting for dinner with attentive service. Highly recommend the chicken mole sampler with 4 different sauces. Each one had it's own unique flavor and was Wowed by the taste. The best mole we tried in all of Puebla during our visit.
We were walking around downtown Puebla (called in Spanish "Centro Histórico") and ended up in "El Callejón de los Sapos" (Toad's Alley). We found this place, which is
quaint, cozy and with a very distinctive decor. It was the middle of the afternoon and very...More
Recently we joined two friends for dinner because we had read great reviews about this restaurant. I must preface this review with the statement that we have been in Mexico in the last 3 years for an accumulated 10 months spent in many colonial cities,...More
Went to this restaurant with my in-laws in our visit to Puebla and I can say with 100% certainty that this was the best meal that we had. Everything that we tried was delicious. My in-laws are vegetarians and they had no problem ordering a...More
Our private (native speaker) tour guide, whom we respect, recommended this place for lunch, in part for the unique setting and live music, and in part because he thought the food was good. It is a pleasant unique setting, the live music was enjoyable, and...More
Beautiful place, excellent service, and a real feel of luxury. Pricey for Mexico, but worth it as a special treat. I had the Manchamanteles which was such an exquisite mix of flavours.
As a tourist, they encourage you to have the Degustacion, which includes six...More