I am accustomed to dining in Michelin rated restaurants and Mission 19 could with a little attention be one of those. The food was delightful, full of thought and adventure. Great value as well compared to similar caliber establishment's north of the border. The two areas I would address are the wine pairings, which I found out were limited to only those wines already served by the glass, and the dessert course. Both were lacking the refinement and taste of the other courses. The wine pairings simply did not match many of the courses that were offered. When I found out that the pairings were limited to only those wines served already by the glass, I immediately understood why the pairings were lacking. Also the dessert course from the premier chef's tasting menu, simply was not up to the rest of the meal. It was very last century and not at all imaginative as the rest of the menu. All in all a must eat place in Tijuana or San Diego.
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