Absolutele delicious! The tamales remind me of the Mayan cuisine I was lucky to experience in Guatemala.
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Three Stones is a real gem. Pretty small, but it has an outdoor garden area for nice weather. The owner is from the Yucatan, and she uses her grandmother's recipes. Great empanadas, wonderful Boca Nera, a spicy, warm chocolate pudding. On Gallery Walk night they...More
Number 2 rated in Brattleboro for good reasons. But please be advised number 2 restaurants would need a reservation. We sat at bar. We will be back every time we head home from skiing.
Great meals with the exact Mayan local spices. The tres UAH was my favorite with cerdo and all the veggies that would fit on the most wonderful pottery colorful; plates piping hot.. Friendly, warm, colorful and quaint. And the Boca Negra spicy chocolate desert-just the...More
This unpretentious edifice houses the finest Mexican food that I have ever had. We were returning from our vacation in Quebec and we decided to stop in Brattleboro before returning to our work lives. We dropped in without a reservation but were fortunate enough to...More
I don't pretend to be an expert in Mayan cuisine so I can't tell if this is really authentic. However, I really liked how they incorporated information about Mayan cuisine and culture right on the menu. Now for the food, I had the three tacos...More
Authentic Mexican food - fresh ingredients - not your typical "taco" place. Wonderful flavors. Truly a must if you're visiting Brattleboro.
I found this place on Yelp and had uncertain expectations for a small town. Yet, this place had great food. I loved my Tamales and the pumpkin tortilla that my date had was also very good. I recommend having a reservation to ensure you get...More
The food is amazing. The outside is not a typical restaurant look but inside is wonderful food and great service. The dishes are interesting and delicious. It is the meal we talk about and remember the most from our visit to Brattleboro.