This is the same restaurant as the one that is rated # 14. It is well within Fundidora Park, seemed like almost a kilometer walk from the road. It was worth the walk. It is in the building which houses the museum of science and technology. The restaurant had nice atmosphere, but the metal menus were sort of a pain. The service was excellent and the food was good and well presented. The menu was somewhat limited for nice dinner entrees, but all three of us had tasty dishes. We started with the Mexican salad, which was very good and creative. For my main course I had bacon wrapped shrimp with bell peppers, served on sweet potatoes. It was good, but I wasn't sure why it was "camarones rellenos." We shared an "apple strudel" for dessert and it as not what I expected - little taquito-like things with filling and a caramel sauce with ice cream. It was ok. The margaritas were good tasting, but weak on the tequila. The only complaint I had about the attentive service was that they sometimes cleared drinks and plates before they were finished (so watch your plates and glasses).
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