The view from the terrace remains fantastic. Tables are comfortably space. The music is familiar, romantic, hip and danceable, played at a volume that allows easy conversation.
The gifted chef, Oscar Rito, is no longer at Taste but he's made certain that his recipes are continuing "as written". The menu is varied, creative, unexpected. The wait staff is knowledgeable, attentive, good humored. Everything is well-explained, ingredient alterations are made with grace to accommodate diet preferences or restrictions. The bread is marvelous. They do a killer-good tortilla soup. Food portions are generous and the prices are remarkably low. (An average dinner at Si, Señor is far more expensive than the fine meal you will have at Taste.) Ambience, food and value at Taste is far superior to both Cafe des Artistes and Hacienda San Angel. We haven't had a disappointing bite
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