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We ordered a fish with huitlacoche and the only thing good was the Mexican mushroom. The fish was about to be thrown to the trash it was really stinky in decomposing stage. The presentation is visually attractive but you have to check if the ingredients...More
We were taken here for a group dinner, compete with mariachis orchestra for entertainment, and were so enchanted we returned the next evening. Service was outstanding; food delicious (all had different entries) and the staff recommendations were on target. The traditional Mexican appetizers, including excellent...More
Holy cow!!! This place is just beautiful inside! The service is over the top. And the food???oh, wow! The best tortilla soup ever! They start ur dinner w a complimentary appetizer of chips and unusual dip. Then they bring a basket of incredible treats...plantain chips,...More
This restaurant is really good, the staff are all very welcoming and friendly. We were given baskets of break while we waited for the main courses. The food was all very well cooked and everybody was satisfied. There is plenty of choice with many traditional...More
We encountered this restaurant on our first night in Puebla and it was great! The service was outstanding. The wait staff were very kind and attentive. You receive a house appetizer and delicious homemade fresh breads while you wait. The food is also very good,...More
My husband and I found this restaurant when we had finished cruising the antique “flea market”. We went for lunch, and the food and service was terrific. My husband ordered the soup, kind of like tortilla, and said it was the best he had ever...More
Whilst visiting this lovely city was recommended to this restaurant by our local driver.
Early August and the recommended dish was the Chillies en negada!
This is a delicious seasonal dish of stuffed green chilli with a crème walnut sauce,
garnished with parsley and pomegranite...More
As Americans we eat rather early, it seemed to us that the waiters and waitresses prepared for the arrival of the majority of guests may be an hour earlier. Being not at a major tourist spot (Puebla) it is sometimes not so easy to communicate...More